Unity and Healing through Collaboration
Garrijimanha is a nation wide collaborative that aids in the unity and healing of our nation. It is a cross road between our Australia's First Nations and Australians.
Garrijimanha specialises in the design, development and delivery of Indigenous arts and culture, multi-media and music content, services and experiences for organisations, projects and events.
Through collaboration with industry professionals and inclusion of Australia’s Indigenous nations, we develop and deliver a vast reflection of Indigenous perspectives within our content created.
Chelsy Atkins established Garrijimanha – Arts, Culture & Music Collective at the beginning of 2020 to share her unique network of industry professionals and skills and knowledge within the music and arts and culture industries, to support and create opportunity for:
Indigenous Leaders, Elders, Knowledge Holders, Organisations and Youths in actively sharing their culture and to make meaningful and lasting connections Australia wide on national platforms.
Wider Australia, organisations, Projects and events to gain unique and meaningful cultural content and experiences that are tailored to their specific needs.
Garrijimanha - Standing Together
Chelsy Atkins is a proud Yamatji Widi/Wongi/Irish/Hungarian woman from Western Australia.
Chelsy has 15 years of experience in the arts and cultural sector and music & video industries. She is dedicated to the preservation, presentation, and recognition of Australia's First Nations traditional and contemporary culture.
"I wanted to create an arts and culture business that supports healing and unity within our nation through collaboration, by sharing culture from many perspectives and supporting wider Australia in being inclusive of meaningful Indigenous culture within their organisation and events.
I believe if you are heard, healing walks closely behind. Garrijimanha's collaborative structure provides opportunity for industry professionals nation wide in supporting our Indigenous brothers and sisters, Aunties, Uncles, Elders and future leaders in sharing their culture.
I also believe in the power to unify through collaboration and how connecting organisations, industry professionals and community together at one place will create meaningful and relevant content to suit and serve the needs of all."
Over the past year Chelsy Atkins has established an Arts and Cultural Business ‘Garrijimanha’, began Roselyne Films, Co - founded a song writing collaborative One Gener8ion, recorded her debut album with her band CHICK along with various other community arts projects.
To find out more about Chelsy Atkins Click HERE
CULTURAL CONTENT AND EXPERIENCES
MUSIC - ART - DANCE - POETRY - STORY TELLING / MULTI MEDIA - LIVE PERFORMANCE - WORKSHOP
'Custom Design, Development and Delivery'
Garrijimanha designs, develops and delivers Indigenous arts and cultural, multi media and music content and experiences for organisations, projects and events to specifically suit their needs.
We are a consult, collaborate and deliver service between client/s and specific community leaders nation wide,
delivering cultural content and experiences that are culturally significant and inclusively collaborative.
Through client consultation, Garrijimanha designs Indigenous content to complement your organisation, project and/or event through selected artistic mediums and deliveries.
The project Design will then be developed through community consultation/participation and Garrijimanha's Indigenous and Non-Indigenous arts, music, multi-media and/or cultural professionals.
The designed and developed Indigenous content and/or experience will be delivered to your organisation, project and/or event through selected deliveries.
MUSIC - DANCE - ART - POETRY - STORY TELLING
MULTI MEDIA - LIVE PERFORMANCE - WORKSHOP
'COLLABORATION WITH THE VOICES OF OUR YOUTH'
We strive to empower our youth "the future leaders of tomorrow", in becoming strong and independent leaders and thinkers and enable positive inspiration within the arts and culture sector, multimedia and music industries
'Collaboration with the Voices of our Youth' is an authentic and meaningful arts and culture initiative, where Indigenous students will co-create with professionals in the arts and culture sector, multimedia and music industries.
This initiative gives Indigenous youth opportunities that:
- Develop their skills and knowledge in the arts and cultural sector, music and multimedia industries
- Create new pathways into the arts and cultural sector, music and multimedia industries
- Support Indigenous students to discover there voice and become independent thinkers
- Empower our youth to be confident leader within these industries
- Support cultural identity in sharing and learning culture alongside each other and cultural specialists
- Aid in the preservation, presentation and recognition of their Indigenous culture