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Deadly Djurumin Yarns

Deadly Djurumin and Parlour are delighted to present a new series of yarns from the perspectives of First Nations women, convened by Sarah Lynn Rees and Danièle Hromek.

Join us for lively and frank conversations grounded in the experiences of Indigenous women working in the built environment professions. Learn how to be excellent accomplices, and how to work respectfully with Country, community, culture and Indigenous knowledges. Watch recordings of sessions via Parlour Live! videos on demand.

Walking the Talk – video now online

Walking the Talk – video now online

Watch Walking the Talk: Beyond Acknowledgement – Sarah Lynn Rees, Bernadette Hardy and Marni Reti yarn about social procurement and Indigenising supply chains.
Lightening the load

Lightening the load

Lightening the load: Design and cultural safety – Sarah Lynn Rees, Danièle Hromek and Kaylie Salvatori yarn about how designers can lighten the load.
Busting the Facade – video online

Busting the Facade – video online

Watch Busting the Facade: Welcome to Country. Danièle Hromek yarns with Samantha Rich, Annaliese McCarthy and Erin McDonald.
Picking up the Baton – video online

Picking up the Baton – video online

The inaugural Deadly Djurumin Yarn, featuring talented convenors Sarah Lynn Rees and Danièle Hromek, is a highly entertaining and informative introduction to the monthly series. You can now purchase access to this wonderful session through Vimeo on Demand.
Deadly Djurumin Yarns

Deadly Djurumin Yarns

Deadly Djurumin and Parlour are delighted to present a series of yarns from the perspective of First Nations women. We look forward to seeing you there.
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