AMPED – Arts Mentor Program for Education and Development

An 8 Week Program for Aboriginal Children

Hang out with Nathan May and Hannah Yates who will teach you some Hip Hop, Country and Protest tunes while we have a yarn, and heaps of fun!

A therapeutic worker will also be involved in each digital session to support the group as we work through the development of a song and performance.


When: Thursdays from 7 May to 25 June | 3.30pm – 4.45pm
Who: Best suited to children 9-12 years who identify as Aboriginal and are located in or around the Salisbury area.

To register for the program, or for further caregiver information please contact Melissa on 8250 6600.

Each young person enrolled will receive a ukulele.

Limited positions available, registration is essential.

To register for this group you will need each week:

  • Access to a computer with camera or smartphone with internet
  • Support from an adult to help with getting online each session

Download AMPED Fact Sheet

Submit AMPED Expression of Interest PDF from (or fill out the EOI form below)

The Northern Indigenous Youth Arts Mentor Program is a Communities for Children activity funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services