The Ghan transformed with Aboriginal art and light installations
[by Vanessa Gregory]
To complement the external wrap a spectacular immersive light installation will light up inside one of The Ghan’s carriages, providing an engaging visual display and a taste of things to come at Parrtjima – A Festival in Light 2021.
Stolen art on stolen land - Aboriginal art and copyright
[Ranuka Tandan, Honi Soit]
Art and activism are perhaps never quite as intertwined as in Australia, where communal copyright is non-existent, and traditional art styles and cultural practices are not recognised as belonging to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples under colonial law.
Whanu Binal Program lifts crane business to new heights
[by Jocelyn Sticklen]
Paul Olsen wants his Brolga Cranes business to be the best Indigenous crane hire business in Australia and CQUniversity and Arrow Energy are helping him achieve that dream through the Whanu Binal Indigenous Entrepreneurship Program.
Outcry at fifth Indigenous death in custody in a month
[Candace Sutton, news.com.au]
Among the outcry from Indigenous leaders, Victoria’s first Aboriginal politician, Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe posted on Twitter that the man was “the 5th Aboriginal person to die in this country’s criminal legal system since the start of March”.