Alongside community, we support our young people to thrive, through tailored mentorship and access to digital skills and technologies. We collaborate with First Nations future leaders, sharing with teachers and students across Australia, to build a meaningful exchange.
NEO-Learning is an initiative of Big hART, Australia’s leading arts and social change organisation, in collaboration with the community of Roebourne, WA.
Grounded in 10 years of collaboration, NEO-Learning brings education content developed by First Nations young people to classrooms everywhere.
Senior women invite Big hART to work in Roebourne WA to produce high quality film, theatre, digital art, music and more
NEOMAD, an Aboriginal sci-fi comic produced by the community and involving 80 young people, wins a Gold Ledger – Australia’s top comic award
Inspired by NEOMAD, Telstra Foundation supports the development of NEO-Learning under the Tech4Good program.
NEO-Learning test and pilot their education offer to schools and students across the country
Big hART establishes the first remote Digital Lab purpose built for youth in Roebourne - the Ieramugadu Digital Lab
In partnership with Roebourne community, NEO-Learning launches the education platform neolearning.com.au
NEO-Learning acknowledges the incredible work behind the NEOMAD comic project, which inspired this platform. We thank the creator SUTU, the Roebourne project team and all the young people, Elders and artists who contributed.
NEO-Learning acknowledges Ngarluma, Yindjibarndi, Banjima, Marduthunera, Guruma, Nyiyaparli, Kariyarra and all custodians nationally past, present and future.
NEO-Learning acknowledges and pays respect to the continued cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
We acknowledge Elders and Custodians of Country from all over this nation and in particular, we honour and thank those from the place where NEO-Learning was born, the Ngarluma, Yindjibarndi, Banjima, Marduthunera, Guruma, Nyiyaparli and Kariyarra.