Heaps Decent is an Australian organisation empowering young people through skills building, cultural access and creativity. 

Working with underrepresented and marginalised youth, our participatory program of music and visual media activities provides a pathway to discovery, personal growth and agency through self-expression. 
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September 5, 2012

This week, our facilitators Kristy Lee and Joyride are at North Coast TAFE’s Deadly Days Festival on Birpai land at Wauchope Showground on the 4th of September and on Bundjalung land at Ballina TAFE Campus on the 6th of September. The Deadly Days Festival celebrates culture, education and careers and plays hosts to guests such as Casey Donovan and the Justice Crew (not to mention Heaps Decent!)

Kristy and Rowan will be facilitating workshops with young people from North Coast Tafe, who are responsible for this great event. The young people are provided with a great opportunity to explore opportunities that are available to them growing up as Aboriginal people on the North Coast.

Stay tuned for the tracks that result from these workshops…

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