Category: First Nations

  • North Sydney Art Prize – Artist Talks this Saturday

    This Saturday the 28th of May I’ll be part of a series of artist talks at the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability in Waverton for the North Sydney Art Prize. We will start at 10:20am at the Genia McCaffery Cottage (the upstairs section of the site) with an introduction by Acting Team Leader of Arts […]

  • Connexions closes tomorrow

    Connexions is in its last days – today it’s open 11am – 4:30pm and then it opens for the last time tomorrow from 12 -2:30pm. We will always have the website, and I will update that with images from the installation soon, but in the mean time, if you can, stop by the gallery, grab […]

  • Connexions tonight!

    Connexions exhibition opening is tonight!Thursday September 30th5:30 – 7:30 pmGallery Central: 12 Aberdeen St, Perth. Opening address by Katherine Kalaf.Artists: Emily Beckley, Fatemeh Boroujeni, Melissa Cameron, Blandine Halle, Eden Lennox, and Sultana Shamshi.Connexions is honoured to be a festival event of the Indian Ocean Craft Triennial – IOTA21 and is supported by the Australia Council […]

  • Connexions in Perth!

    The Connexions artist team are proud to invite you to their exhibition, to be opened by Katherine Kalaf on Thursday the 30th of September 5:30 – 7:30 pm, at Gallery Central, 12 Aberdeen St, Perth. Connexions is honoured to be a festival event of the Indian Ocean Craft Triennial – IOTA21 and features works by […]

  • Opening and artist’s talk

    Suddenly free at 6pm tonight? Opening in a few hours is IOTA21: Curiosity and Rituals of the Everyday at the John Curtin Gallery. Register here and I’ll see you there! Alternatively (or indeed while you’re at that link), RSVP to join us for the artist talk on Sunday. Full details below: Below are a couple […]

  • Juukan Caves Anniversary / Virtual Indigenous Film Fest 2021

    Yesterday marks 1 year since the destruction of the Juukan Shelters, a traditional site of the Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinnikura (PKKP) peoples located in the Pilbara area in the northwest of Western Australia. If you’ve been following this blog for the last few months you’ll know that I have made the facts of that […]

  • Makers’ Film Festival

    I have two short films about recent work in this festival. I know, what am I like?!? Lets hope they get played back-to-back so we can really compare how I aged over the 20 months between their filming… And yes, my tickets are booked! Come along! (Teaser and text below courtesy the amazing Maker&Smith website) […]

  • Today’s Q + A

    For your delectation and delight, I present the live stream feed from today, conveniently queued up to the start of our q + a chat! We chatted, we answered questions, we got off topic (prompted by a comment, though) and I ranted, just a little. As you would guess there’s 1 hr 24 mins of […]

  • Submission deadline extended!

    Friends and Supporters of the Uluru Dialogue  The government last week announced they have extended public submissions on a voice to parliament to Friday, 30 April. This gives you four more weeks to voice your support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart and a First Nations Voice to Parliament protected by the Constitution.  Nothing has changed. We […]

  • The Uluru Statement needs you!

    For those of you following along, here in Australia we’re getting close to the submission deadline for comment on the Indigenous Voice co-design process, with final submissions due on the 31st of March. From the zoom lecture I attended I found out that the Minister of Indigenous Affairs Ken Wyatt has not sought to push […]