Please join Deadly Djurumin and Parlour for the fourth Deadly Djurumin Yarn: Lightening the load: Design and cultural safety with Sarah Lynn Rees, Danièle Hromek and Kaylie Salvatori.

As built environment professions continue to build respect for First Nations Voices and Country there is an increased demand on First Nations Peoples to guide and provide leadership as well as increased demand to create culturally safe spaces.

In the fourth Deadly Djurumin Yarn, Sarah Lynn Rees, Danièle Hromek and Kaylie Salvatori will explore the various impacts on First Nations Peoples both internally within the profession and externally in the spaces we create. We will discuss what practitioners and clients can do to support First Nations Peoples by asking: What is cultural safety and cultural load? How can design contribute to making places that are culturally safe? And what is the potential of design and space to lighten the load?


Friday 3 December

12.30–1.30pm AEDT (NSW, Vic, ACT, Tas)
11.30–12.30pm AEST (QLD)
11–12pm ACST (NT)
12–1pm ACDT (SA)
9.30–10.30am AWST (WA)
2.30–3.30pm (NZ)


Online. You will be sent the Zoom link after booking


1 formal point on completion of the CPD questions – a link will be sent after you book. See the overall learning objectives for the series here.

Once completed, you will receive an email with your responses. This provides the evidence of attendance and completion for the session named at the top of this document. Please keep the response email for your records. It counts as your certificate. If you can’t find the email remember to check your spam folder.


$35 standard or $10 concession (anyone who needs it – students, those not working, part-timers etc). The proceeds will help support Deadly Djurumin activities.

Please book below. (If the form doesn’t work on your device, head to the Parlour trybooking page.)

The Deadly Djurumin Yarns are presented as a collaboration between Parlour and Deadly Djurumin