A Cultural Development Strategy that engages community to develop new artistic works and training, the Indigenous Language and the Arts project has a strong focus on traditional languages in Kowanyama and Wujal Wujal communities.

The recordings of stories and language is one layer of activity that works towards strengthening Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural practices. The Visual Arts Program is central also to the project, as Exhibition Ready training will be delivered on Country, in-community and will culminate in a public exhibition.

Preservation and maintenance of cultural practices, including visual arts, dance, ceremony, storytelling and music is core to the overall project which also delivers on filming and documentation of ceremonies, storytelling, interviews and news stories that will link to and support future projects and initiatives.

The showcasing of dance and music will be an objective following on from the development of new music and song writers works that have occurred in Kowanyama and Wujal Wujal and pop up Indigenous Arts Markets will also be an outcome that will allow for the further development of the communities and the creative industry in which community artists will be (and are) participating in.