My art is my culture, my culture is my art: Indigenous women on the experiences of making art in a contemporary context

Indig women in artsA recent Vivid ideas talk organised by Women in the Arts in Sydney gathered together contemporary Aboriginal women who are innovators in the arts to reflect on their experiences as Indigenous women practicing in a contemporary context. They say Aboriginal art and culture shouldn’t only be celebrated in NAIDOC week.

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2 thoughts on “My art is my culture, my culture is my art: Indigenous women on the experiences of making art in a contemporary context

  1. There were also two other international Indigenous women there that day… Angela Tiatia and Talia Smith…

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