CIAF and Arts Nexus join forces to launch NAIDOC celebrations in India

[by Pip Miller]

NAIDOC week exhibitions, feature art works from Indigenous art centres and independent artists of Far North Queensland and the Torres Strait. Artworks on show will be from the collections that formed CIAF’s 2020 climate change themed Art Fair and Undercurrents – Cook 2020 showcase.

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Indigenous Art Shines High & Bright across the Capital

[by Tash Wainberg]

The light show brings a new dimension to the Capital’s NAIDOC Week celebrations. For just the second time in its 5O years, The Carillon will shine a light on Indigenous brilliance and creative cultural expression. 

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Coolgardie cemetery's Aboriginal history revealed as group identifies unmarked graves

[Rhiannon Stevens, ABC]

From Afghan cameleers to early Jewish settlers and explorer Ernest Giles, the headstones of the Coolgardie Cemetery chart a history of colonisation and the Western Australian gold rush.

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Indigenous grains industry commercially viable for northern NSW

[Amelia Bernasconi and David Claughton, ABC]

Ancient native grains, or 'dhunbarbila', could kick off a new industry in north-west New South Wales after a year-long study by the University of Sydney found them to be commercially viable.

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