Young people are encouraged to participate. This will be replicated in the other three communities – Ali Curung, Ampludawich and Alparulum – as the lockdown restrictions are lifted. During the Covid-19 lockdown Winanjjikari staff have taken the opportunity to upgrade their recording, song writing and online skills. One outcome will be the development of a hip-hop program for Barkly youth. Another will be the capacity of the centre to train Indigenous musicians remotely, enabling them, for example, to participate in online recording training sessionas. Winanjjikari is also open to supporting high school students on work experience. The centre currently has a talented young musician completing work experience. Staff are working with him to support the formation and training of a youth band. The band will be a role model for other young aspiring musicians and will be provided with performance opportunities to gain experience and exposure.