The Colour Cycle podcast SEASON 3 is now live!
This new season of The Colour Cycle is centred around “Concrete Strategies for Racial Equity.”
We cover a huge breadth of content: the impacts of Covid-19 on artists, global anti-racism movements such as Black Lives Matter and Stop Asian Hate, the necessity of diversity standards, the power of Indigenous music in retaining language, and the importance of allyship and leadership networks. The season also features a series of conversations with UK creative industry thought-leaders, in partnership with British Council Australia.
The Colour Cycle Podcast is on all good listening platforms: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Anchor, Castbox, Castro, Deezer, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Listen Notes, Overcast, Playerfm, Pocket Casts, Podcast Addict, RadioPublic, SimpleCast, Soundcloud, Stitcher, and TuneIn.
Featuring: Writer/ broadcaster Benjamin Law; Executive Director, Creative Diversity Network UK Deborah Williams; Noongar singer/songwriter Gina Williams; Head of Inclusion, British Film Institute Jennifer Smith; artist and refugee advocate Safdar Ahmed; writer/performer Moreblessing Maturure; Senior Manager, Aboriginal Strategy and Engagement at Create NSW Peter White; Asian Australian Alliance Founder Erin Chew; local media legend Sunil Badami + MORE.
Each episode introduces new topics and provides concrete strategies for those hoping to reach equity and inclusion goals in the creative sector.
The Colour Cycle podcast is produced by Jennifer Macey, with production support from Diversity Arts’ Sonia Mehrmand and Claire Cao, and assistant producers Alison Tanudisastro and Vir Kaula.
The opening and closing track “You know What” was written by UK based musician and good friend Spider J. Heartfelt thanks to Create NSW and the Australia Council who have supported the making of this podcast, and Information and Cultural Exchange for providing us with a recording studio.
Listen to The Colour Cycle Season 3 now!
You can now binge the entirety of Season 3 (along with our previous seasons) on our website.
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