A new way of engaging with Indigenous artists.
Think pechakucha x artist talk x instagram.
Gather, hear from artists and follow along on our instagram feed.
Share time, energy and food (feed).
Feed your eyes, ears, stomach & soul.
Megan Cope is an Australian Aboriginal artist from the Quandamooka people, Minjerribah in South East Queensland. Her site-specific sculptural installations, video work and paintings investigate issues relating to identity, the environment and mapping practices.
Sonja Carmichael is a Quandamooka woman and descendent of the Ngugi people, one of three clans who are the traditional custodians of Quandamooka. Sonja explores traditional and contemporary techniques of weaving and works in the mediums of fibre, both natural and synthetic.
Kane Brunjes is a young Aboriginal man from Murgon. He is a painter and produces artwork on ceramics and large mural walls. Kane also enjoys writing poetry. He is an emerging artist and a member of Digi Youth Arts.
Delvene Cockatoo-Collins lives and works on Minjerribah with her family. Her current practice includes textiles, ceramic and jewellery making. She expresses the stories of her family's lived experiences on Minjerribah, the natural environment, and her responses to representations of images and texts of Quandamooka.
Rachael Sarra is an artist and designer whose work does the talking. As a contemporary Aboriginal artist from Goreng Goreng Country, Rachael uses art as a powerful tool in storytelling to educate and share Aboriginal culture. Her style is feminine, fun and engaging but is strongly drawn from her heritage and her role as an Aboriginal woman in a modern world