I am a young Yindjibarndi woman, who grew up in Roebourne. I love going out on country, listening to my elders, and looking at my country. Law time is the best time where we go out on country to enjoy it.
Presenting the Revealed WA Aboriginal Art Market, Fremantle Arts Centre acknowledges the Whadjuk people, both past and present, as the Traditional Owners of the land upon which it operates, and the greater Walyalup area. We honour and respect their spiritual relationship with their Country and the significant role they play for our community and events to flourish.
Fremantle Arts Centre acknowledges the value, diversity and integrity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, music and performance as an integral expression of Australian culture. We respect the work of Art Centres in their support of the richness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural aspirations and expressions.
Top Image: Tjarlirli artists Dennis Brown, Doreen Bennett, Henry Farmer, Julieanne Farmer & Ms. M Giles just over the WA border, west of Kaltukatjarra, 2019. Troopy artwork: Carol Giles, Minyma Tjukurla, 2019. Images courtesy of Tjarlirli Art Inc.
Background Image: Carol Giles, Minyma Tjukurla (detail), 2019. Images courtesy of Tjarlirli Art Inc.