Mundanara Bayles AFHEA, MAICD is the Managing Director and Co-Founder of BlackCard. Mundanara’s cultural heritage is connected to the Wonnarua and Bunjalung people on her mother’s side and the Birri-Gubba and Gungalu on her father’s side.
- Develop the confidence to implement required protocols for films where there is First Nations Australian community participation or Indigenous content, themes, cast and crew.
- Build best practice cultural competency skills that strengthen ethical behaviour, understanding and respectful relationships.
- Understand Aboriginal Terms of Reference via BlackCard’s Cultural Capability Framework.
- Recognise Aboriginal approaches to working, teaching and learning.
- Virtual 3 hours online workshop
Participants receive access to the workshop preparation materials on the BlackCard Learning Portal including:
- Pre workshop handbook
- Activities, resources and videos,
- and guided homework and group activity tasks.
Who should do this course
Screen Australia and all State agencies have clear guidelines and policies about consultation and consent when dealing with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander material from research to marketing of a film.
The BlackCard masterclass is thus essential for any creative company or industry professional engaged in developing, financing and producing Australian content where there is First Nations Australian community participation or Indigenous content, themes, cast and crew:
BlackCard’s approach is based on a course developed by Mary Graham and Lilla Watson, Aboriginal Elders, Educators and long-time course developers and lecturers for the University of Queensland.