Libby Harward Libby Harward is a descendant of the Ngugi people of Mulgumpin (Moreton Island) in the Quandamooka (Moreton Bay). Harward’s recent work engages in a continual process of re-calling – re-hearing – re-mapping – re-contextualising – de-colonising and re-instating on country that which colonisation has denied Australia’s First Nations People. This political practice
Birrunga Wiradyuri Birrunga Wiradyuri – Wiradyuri man Home Country – Bathurst Personal Lore – Sky Lore Totem – Sky Family Lore – Story Telling Cultural Wiradyuri Central Lore -Yindyamarra; To do slowly; To be gentle; To honour; To be polite; To respect. Practice – Produces visual Cultural narratives through a Wiradyuri lens + Big Art
Samantha Vines Samantha Vines is a Gamillaroy Indigenous artist and mother. In 2020 she completed a Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Arts. This degree involved exploring family histories and traumas – both historical and in her own personal history. This was explored largely through the medium of drawing, a Major in printmaking and learning traditional
  Debbie Taylor-Worley Debbie Taylor-Worley investigates powerful femininity in today’s patriarchal society, creating artwork based on primordial symbols used in religious and metaphysical practices that honour the sacred feminine. She draws upon the visual sources of her European and Indigenous (Gamilaraay) cultures to create compelling canvases and sculptures. Her art making is ritualistic and ceremonial
  Dylan Sarra Dylan Sarra is Taribelang artist from the Bundaberg region and currently lives in Brisbane, Australia. With a main focus on exploring identity and place, Sarra uses a range of disciplines such as print, digital works and sculpture to gently persuade an audience into humanising the Indigenous experience prior to colonisation. It is