In late October, the IDX team travelled to Grafton, NSW for the final IDX Flint revisit for 2018.
In October, the inaugural STREAMS Connect Summit, organised by IndigiLab, took place at the NCIE. Leaders and thinkers such as Bruce Pascoe and Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore participated in the thought-provoking event.
The IDX Flint team recently headed to Woorabinda in Central QLD, to teach tech out on Country.
In August, a group of young leaders from South Australia attended a camp hosted by IDX at the NCIE.
In Gulkula, North East Arnhem Land over 2500 people from across Australia gathered on Gumatj Country in August this year, to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of their Yolngu hosts.
The IDX team headed out to Tamworth, NSW, in June to learn about and use virtual reality, drones, 3D printing and coding.
The IDX team traveled to Murray Bridge in South Australia to deliver digital making workshops to community members.
The IDX Flint program is giving remote Indigenous communities hands-on experience in using digital technology such as drones, 3D printing and coding.
This Reconciliation Week, we reflect on 80,000 years of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander innovation, and examine how this is continuing through the IDX Flint initiative.
In April 2018, the IDX Flint team travelled to Roebourne, WA to deliver 5 days of technology workshops to students.