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Artwork i did for MiGas Reconciliation Action Plan, looks great.https://www.migas.com.au/…/PDFs/MIGAS-Limited-RAP-Online.pdfDont forget if you need work check out their website etc.#MIGAS Apprentices & Trainees MIGAS Apprentices & Trainees
The Coalition is expected to address laws to help stop and monitor the sale of fake-Indigenous art in Australia later this year; something First Nations artists are urging needs to be addressed immediately. Indigenous artist Michael Connolly, a Kullilli and Murruwari man from south-west Queensland and northern New South [...]
NAIDOC 2018 3/09/2018 NAIDOC murals at BYETC. As part of this year’s NAIDOC celebrations, artists Stephen Hogarth and Stacey Wheatley visited the centre to complete a mural that addresses this year’s theme of ‘Because of her I can’. The students involved, have all been studying visual arts at BYETC with teachers Ken and [...]
Here we take the theft of Indigenous culture seriously. The Committee has published its Report on the impact of inauthentic art and craft in the style of First Nations peoples.On Thursday, 10 August 2017 the Committee adopted an inquiry into the growing presence of inauthentic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander [...]
In tourist shops around the country, visitors are far more likely to buy a boomerang made in Bali than one made here by Indigenous Australians. What led to this booming trade in fake art – and can it be stopped? Aboriginal artist Stephen Hogarth leads the way into yet another [...]
Its amazing how much this looks like my Artwork! Seems you can copy anyone these days and sell it. http://etsy.me/2j1iFPp via @Etsy @Filygo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtVoUCKKbbM Check out this timelapse of the Brisbane Lions Indigenous Mural being painted. 6 hours and 1805 photos.