From the dirt roads of regional WA, to the streets of Perth’s CBD—Carol Innes has dedicated herself to bringing people from all walks of life together. Ms Innes is the current Manager of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage and Arts at Landcorp, as well as co-chair of Reconciliation WA. She grew up in a small wheat and sheep producing community where racism was ever-present. Her family was one of the very few [...]
The Art Gallery of Western Australia is now showcasing Desert, River Sea: Portraits of the Kimberley, an exhibition of Aboriginal artwork from north-west WA. Part [...]
To commemorate its 150th Anniversary, the Royal Children's Hospital (RCH) Foundation is commissioning CELEBRATE. CREATE. CONNECT: The RCH150 Aboriginal Art Project, a major artwork to be permanently installed within the hospital’s Parkville campus. The commission is offering $100,000 granted for an original public artwork by an Australian First Nations artist or artist collective.
The First Nations Foundation says the Banking Royal Commission was a “lost opportunity” in improving the relationship between Aboriginal Australians and the finance sector. The organisation said the Commission neglected [...]
From the dirt roads of regional WA, to the streets of Perth’s CBD—Carol Innes has dedicated herself to bringing people from all walks of life together. Ms Innes is the current Manager of Aboriginal Cultural [...]
The Central Land Council (CLC) will have a new chief executive officer in the New Year. Senior federal public servant Joe Martin-Jard will become the land council’s first CEO, taking over from retiring CLC director [...]
Editorial The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG), in partnership with the Australian Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, will bring public sector leaders, not-for-profits, academics and Indigenous communities together to imagine [...]