Posted by Leura Village on Tuesday, 23 August 2022
The Association recognises the First Nation people's long history with the land on which we live and work, which we respect and Acknowledge. In a recent collaboration with First Nation artist, Brett Groves, this is expressed in three artworks which also incorporate significant local geographic features. It is intended that the designs will be used on banners to fly in the Mall. Brett has generously donated the use of these artworks to the Association.
In designing these artworks, Brett believes that it is important to remember the land on which we work, live and play has a history that extends for thousands of years. This artwork is his contribution to acknowledging First Nation's culturally rich, past, present and future.
Bilingarra Indigenous Art & Culture is located at 132 Leura Mall.
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