Australian Council for the Arts
We are excited to support SNU co-Chief, Mark Yettica-Paulson, in his role as Core Facilitator for the Custodianship Program. Mark will be facilitating a number of Custodianship residencies throughout 2020.
"Unearthing First Nations leadership by developing different ways of knowing, being and doing. Connecting legacy between past and future generations. The Custodianship program is designed by First Nations leaders for First Nations leaders to transform sustainability in culture, practice, community and the arts.
Gathering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts leaders from across Australia, the Custodianship program transforms people. Cultural practitioners, artists and arts workers from across art forms and career levels will explore what custodianship and leadership means in diverse contexts. They will learn from self, from others and with peers. Designed by First Nations people, participants are guided by role models, cultural teachers and Elders." - The Custodianship Program
For more information about the Custodianship Program, visit: