The film, commissioned by NITV, was produced by Wankangurru / Adnyamathanha woman Lavene McKenzie and was filmed over forty-one consecutive […]
No Black Seas is a specially commissioned exhibition of new works by artists from Ceduna, a South Australian coastal town nestled on the Great Australian Bight. The exhibition addresses the artists’ cultural and personal connections with the Bight and the impact that drilling would have on country and community; sounding the alarm for an issue that is not only theirs but all of ours.
First Peoples sovereignty has never been ceded – not in 1788, not in 1967, not with the Native Title Act, not with the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
I’m a big fan of one thing doing two things or even three things. To date this was the most […]
One of the best parts of being a photographer is sharing that passion with others seeking to upskill their game. […]
Earlier in the year we were in Copley creating the TWO WAYS Series and heard lone voices coming from community […]
After two years of bush trips, wood collecting, workshops, museum visits and site specific artefact meetings with Ku Arts and […]
Two years in the making the mentoring was a way of empowering community on a creative journey. The project was […]
As leaders, trailblazers, politicians, activists and social change advocates, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women fought and continue to fight, for justice, equal rights, our rights to country, for law and justice, access to education, employment and to maintain and celebrate our culture, language, music and art.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that this gallery does contain images and voices of people who have died.