About Delvene Delvene Cockatoo-Collins is a Quandamooka woman and artist who lives and works on Minjerribah – North Stradbroke Island, operating her small business ‘Minjerribah Art Studio and Cottage’. Based in a studio and retail store in Goompi – Dunwich, and open to the public, Delvene’s practice includes commissions, public art, workshops and a weekly
About Judy Judy Watson was born in Mundubbera, Queensland. Judy Watson’s Aboriginal matrilineal family is from Waanyi country in north-west Queensland. The artist’s process evolves by working from site and memory, revealing Indigenous histories, following lines of emotional and physical topography that centre on particular places and moments in time. Spanning painting, printmaking, drawing, sculpture
About Creative Recovery Network Creative Recovery Network is a not-for-profit organisation working to develop and embed the vital role of culture, creativity and the arts in Australia’s disaster management systems. Established in 2014, we are the leading national organisation connecting the creative sector, disaster management and communities – advocating for and developing the specialist skills
About Blaklash Blaklash is an Aboriginal design agency specialising in First Nations placemaking. Working in partnership with artists, designers, and creatives, we produce community-celebrated projects that express First Nations perspectives through artistic process, practice, and presentation. Renowned for our innovative curatorial approaches to culturally significant projects, Blaklash is process-driven, with cultural integrity and community ownership