Central Australian Indigenous Media Association (CAAMA)中澳洲原住民媒體協會
The Central Australian Indigenous Media Association (CAAMA) began operations in 1980 and was the first Aboriginal group to be allocated a broadcasting license. The Aboriginal people of Central Australia own CAAMA through an association regulated under the Incorporations Act , and its objectives focus on the social, cultural and economic advancement of Aboriginal peoples. It has a clear mandate to promote Aboriginal culture, language, dance, and music while generating economic benefits in the form of training, employment and income generation. CAAMA produces media products that engenders pride in Aboriginal culture, while informing and educating the wider community of the richness and diversity of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia.
National Aboriginal and Islander Skills Association (NAISDA ) Dance College國立原住民和島民技術協會舞蹈學院
In the early 1970s an upsurge of Indigenous cultural pride led to the birth of a unique new dance form: Contemporary Australian Indigenous dance. This new dance form sprang from the collaborations of Indigenous Aboriginal dance creators, Western trained choreographers and traditional cultural owners, who came together in performance and workshops. And this led to workshops for young people keen to learn and perform this new dance fusion. This was the genesis of NAISDA Dance College.