From 60,000 years and to the unborn
Generations of First Nations people carry a cultural and creative continuum that is intimately connected to the community, lands and waters from which they come.
Theirs is a sovereign, living culture, where storytelling, knowledge and wisdom, grief and celebration continue to be practiced.
On the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Eastern Kulin Nations, we begin – many of us as settlers; carrying with us legacies of colonisation, displacement and migration – seeking refuge and finding home.
Next Wave is privileged to traverse the land and waterways of this continent of many nations – to share in the act of art making and culture building – grounded on justice, friendship and care.
We have much to listen to and learn; we have much to offer; we have much to do.
This always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.
*Announcement 12 August ––
In line with the recent announcement of extended lockdown, we’re working from home and Brunswick Mechanics is closed to the public.
At this time, our phone lines are unoccupied. To get in touch with our team email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay safe, stay home.
Come by for a cuppa!
The Next Wave office (our home) is located at Brunswick Mechanics institute
270 Sydney Road
If you need to get in touch with someone specifically from the team please contact use their first name followed by @nextwave.org.au
Telephone: (03) 9387 3376
National Relay Service: Ask for Brunswick Mechanics Institute on (03) 9387 3376
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