Yarning Strong is a series of online and in-person panel discussions that explore the mental health and wellbeing of First Nations peoples working in the music industry.

This free event features leading panelists in the First Nations music community discussing topics from mental health to music and sharing their own lived experiences to uplift the First Nations music industry community and the wider music industry community.

This program is supported by Helping Hands, JB Hi-Fi’s workplace giving program.



Missed a session? Watch our latest Yarning Strong videos here.

Yarning Strong – NAIDOC Week special

Yarning Strong – Mabo Day special

Yarning Strong – Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Yarning Strong – Navigating Life and Media Online

Yarning Strong – Mental Health and Traditional/Cultural Healing

Yarning Strong – Keeping Mob Mentally Healthy