Yavuz Gallery foregrounds a cultural conversation with the unveiling of ‘Desert Songs’. The major exhibition by leading indigenous artist Vincent Namatjira OAM explores a vibrant narrative of personal histories through a series of bold and unapologetically political paintings.
Emro Designs, an Aboriginal-owned homewares enterprise, is reshaping interiors with an infusion of contemporary Aboriginal art, curated under the careful eye of its founder, Emma Rolls.
Koskela’s latest addition – Mirii – is a collaboration with Indigenous artists, which sees woven grass lampshades lit up as a thing of beauty.
Ghost Net Collective is creating a large-scale installation of a sting ray for Barangaroo, bringing together communities and putting ocean net waste to good use in the process.
The Indigenous Ceramic Award winners have been announced, with Pitjantjatjara artist Anne Nginyangka Thompson and Gamilaroi artist Sean Miller taking out the top prizes.
From edible fog to theatrical performances centred around the Indigenous history of Bunjil Place, Casey Cornucopia is a sensory explosion waiting to be explored.
Aboriginal designer and curator Alison Page and Breville have announced an extraordinary partnership with First Nations People and the National Museum of Australia.