Recording First Nations


The ANU School of Music’s Yil Lull Studio is changing how First Nations music is recorded in Australia, providing an all-Indigenous facility that is a safe space for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musicians to develop their craft. The Recording First Nations project will work with the studio to provide pathways for First Nations recording engineers to develop skills, receive mentoring, and oversee the recording of our Indigenous programs. Coordinated by Torres Strait Islander multi-instrumentalist and recording engineer, Will Kepa, this program will engage and welcome First Nations artists from the ACT and around the country who will learn skills that can be taken into the community.


How To Apply

This program will be largely project-based and information about applications and projects will become available here as they are known.


Updated:  12 March 2024/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications