DRASTIC is taking a big step; out from underneath the business which gave it wings - Creative Inclusive Pty Ltd. 

The founder of DRASTIC Libby Harward is handing the project over to The Next generation!!!

We are a group of young people who have grown up through DRASTIC or come on board as volunteers to further our careers in community, youth and the arts.

In stepping out alone there are many associated costs involved in setting up the business. Furthermore, DRASTIC is continuing to deliver programs throughout this transition. 

Unfortunately we cannot continue to operate and make the transition to a NFP without your donations. Becoming a NFP will allow more Government and Philanthropic’s support to us as an organisation deemed eligible and accessible in terms of future funding possibilities. 

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14-28 November 2015

The Walls Art Space

Artist:   Libby Harward

Title of work:  YABRUMA (Always)

 These are photo’s of a video piece for group exhibition, HEAD LAND, curated by Rebecca Ross and Dani Zuevela. Their approach was to invite the group to respond to the concept of the headland in its many forms, with specific reference to the distinctive headland formation that gives Burleigh Heads its name.

Following the traditions of my Ancestors, the Ngugi people of the Quandamooka (Moreton Bay), my role in this project had to be negotiated respectfully, both with family Elders, and with Elder custodians of Jellurgul (“Big Burleigh”), Jebbribillum (“Little Burleigh”) and the broader cultural landscape.  In times past, the presence of the Quandamooka tribes on the country between Tallebudgera Creek and the Tweed River – the Traditional lands of the Nganduwal people - would have been by invitation to participate in cultural events at their large campsite, subsequently intersected by Qld./NSW border.