A lover, a fighter, an artist and a mother, Kate Constantine—otherwise known as Konstantina—brings her experiences as a fair-skinned Koori woman to life in her new exhibition, Caste Collection. Inspired by the vitriolic treatment of Aboriginal people of mixed heritage in race conversations in Australia, Caste Collection takes anger, frustration and hurt and splatters it […]
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Launched by First Nations art and cultural event, YIRRAMBOI, Blak Bloggers is a space for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to stay creative and connected during social isolation. Blak Bloggers was born from Resilience in Isolation, an initiative which supports First Nations creatives in creating, developing or adapting new works by providing up to […]
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Creating opportunities of experience for all, the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) is leading the way by creating an Accessible Audio Guide for deaf, hard of hearing, blind and vision-impaired audiences. The Accessible Audio Guide is an extension of the gallery’s Access Programs which are dedicated to enabling access to a range of experiences. […]
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Confined 11 is an exhibition with a difference. The virtual exhibition presents the work of 286 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and women who are currently in or have recently been released from prison. An annual showcase presented by The Torch, this year is the 11th Confined exhibition. The Torch is an organisation aimed […]
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The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) has created a virtual tour which takes its audience on a journey through the evolution of Indigenous art, from bark paintings to street art. Marking Time: Indigenous Art from the NGV Exhibition Tour is a five-part series where the audience is guided by NGV’s Senior Curator of Indigenous Art, […]
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