ARTS

Evoking empathy for Aboriginal history

Celebrated Gunditjmara artist Hayley Millar Baker’s first solo exhibition is currently on show at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Gallery telling stories of...

Four deadly musicians to take centre stage at one-time show

A deadly line-up of First Nations talent will showcase at a one-time only Deadly Hearts concert as part of the Festival during Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

Indigenous defence personnel celebrated on new $2 coin

Contemporary Indigenous artist Chern’ee Sutton’s work has been seen by hundreds of thousands of people, and with her artwork about to circulate on Australian currency, that number is about to explode.

Diversity of emerging Aboriginal artists on show at Revealed

Independent artists are front and centre at Fremantle Arts Centre in WA, with this year’s Revealed exhibition showing more works than ever.

Paint your own story

Painting the stories of what it means to be an Aboriginal woman in a modern world, artist and designer Rachael Sarra is challenging society’s...

Creating a career out of passion

As we approach International Women’s Day on March 8, National Indigenous Times is spotlighting the stories of strong, powerful Blak women across the country.   A woman who...

Youngest Sutton sibling follows sisters into art world

Following in the footsteps of his older sisters, Jesse Sutton is an emerging Aboriginal artist bringing his own touch and talent to the Sutton...

Gina Williams voices cartoon character in Noongar

Joining the colourful cartoon of Pencilhead’s Kids Club is Maarli, a bubbly piece of charcoal named in language and voiced by Noongar singer-songwriter Gina...

Drover’s Wife film to premiere at prestigious South by South West festival

Leah Purcell’s The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson is set for a world premiere at the prestigious South by South West (SXSW) Festival...

Shot at stardom

Shaka Cook is not going to waste his shot. “I live my life by one rule,” he told the National Indigenous Times. “Take every opportunity that...

Parrtjima 2021 to shine light on intergenerational wisdom

Parrtjima – A Festival in Light 2021 is inviting you to Mparntwe/Alice Springs to watch the desert come alive with new artworks, light shows...

Art exhibition explores idea of coming together amid Perth lockdown

Perth’s largest arts festival is in uncertain waters this week after a surprise lockdown came into effect on Sunday evening, but for one exhibition,...
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