In the spirit of ‘Old Lady Barangaroo’

April 29, 2016

Two award-winning Indigenous artists have been commissioned to tell the stories of Aboriginal women in and around the Barangaroo precinct area and create a multi-media experience that will capture the rich Indigenous history of Sydney. […]

Entries open for prestigious playwright award

March 29, 2016

Belvoir is now accepting entries for The Balnaves Foundation Indigenous Playwright’s Award, open to all writers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent. The Award is open to everyone from the most experienced playwrights, to people […]

Clive and Sheena dancing on air at ACPA

March 18, 2016

The Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts in Brisbane (or ACPA) is one of the key success stories in improving training and employment outcomes for young and aspiring Indigenous performing artists. ACPA’s work contributes strongly […]

The magic of Daisy Loongkoonan, 105

February 29, 2016

One of Australia’s most admired Indigenous artists, and the oldest, is now exhibiting her work at the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art. Born around 1910, Daisy Loongkoonan is by far the most senior of the […]

Canberrans to get rare glimpse of fibre art

February 20, 2016

For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, weaving expresses cultural identity and traditions that date back tens of thousands of years. Traditional objects are handmade from plant materials gathered from the bush or string made […]

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