Acknowledgement Of Country
I acknowledge and pay respect to the traditional custodians from the many nations across the country and the Wurundjeri people whose land I reside on. I would like to pay my respects to our Ancestors, who have walked before us, the Elders past and present and emerging community leaders. I pay respect to our Indigenous peoples and cultures, and extend respect and acknowledgement to everyone whom we have made positive connections with.
To provide perceptible solutions that creates cultural safety for the wellbeing of communities.
• Cultural Placemaking
• Cultural Inclusive Spaces
•Opportunities for Self-Care and Community Care
• Relationship building,engagements and connections
• Project Management
• Creative Projects
During the period 2020 when people were marching for the Black Lives Matter Movement, it became very apparent to me how important it was to provide culturally safe spaces in public, private and online for the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and for everyone. "You can't begin to heal if you don't feel safe and don't feel you belong".
With extensive experience with both Arts and Wellbeing Industries, Biyala B rebranded to focus on cultural safety for First Nations communities in urbanitity.
All work encompasses:
Purpose (Aim and Reflections)
· Creative Projects
· Indigenous Gardens
· Cultural Inclusive Spaces
Biyala B is a proud member of Kinaway Chamber of Commerce