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Embodying culture and creativity, Ngumpie Weaving’s Tegan Murdock is creating beautifully woven jewellery and keepsakes, sharing her craft with the world. A Barkindtji/Yorta Yorta woman, Murdock grew up in Coomealla, a small town in the far west of New South Wales.  “I did all schooling down there up until the start of year 11, after […]

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Please note: this story contains references to and images of people who have died. Sydney Film Festival (SFF) returns in 2020 for its 67th year to premier both domestic and international world-class films. Running from June 10 to June 21, the festival will be a virtual event this year. Australians will have the opportunity to […]

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You are invited to celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of the Uluru Statement from the Heart. Please join our eminent panel of those involved in the First Nations’ National Constitutional Convention at Uluru 23-26 May 2017, as they discuss the photographic images captured by Referendum Council and Uluru Dialogues, ILC photographer Jimmy Widders Hunt. Hosted by […]

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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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ARTS, CULTURE, VIC -

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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