Virtual meetings for IACA members
It’s been a roller coaster for IACA and our 14-member Indigenous art centres during the past 5 months under COVID 19 restrictions.
In Profile: Sonya Creek
Sonya Creek was born in 1971 and has lived in Wujal Wujal for 16 years. Sonya is an emerging artist who has been working with the Bana Yirriji Art Centre for the past five years.
My remote workshop experience
COVID-19 has put a stop to our artists being able to attend and create at the Girringun Art Centre.
Moa artists embrace new possibilities through their weaving
At Moa Arts, momentum has been gathering in a number of creative areas this year.
In Profile: Michael Norman
“I am a Thaayorre culture and saltwater man. Pormpuraaw country belongs to my clan and I own important inland freshwater country.
In Profile: Meredith Arkwookerum
I was born in Aurukun in the late 1950s during the Mission times. I am a Kugu Mu’inh woman.
Melanie Gibson shines as manager of Hopevale Arts and Culture Centre
As Director of the Hopevale Arts and Cultural Centre, I’m very proud to be one of the six directors who gave Melanie Gibson the opportunity to become our manager.
In Profile: Lila Creek
Lila was born in Mossman in 1952, and has been an avid artist with Bana Yirriji for over six years.
In Profile: Lex Namponan
Born in 1971, Lex Namponan is one of eight children born to Angus Namponan and Chrissie Peermuggina. Lex’s father country is at Warpang, just inland from Cape Keerweer.
In Profile: Joelene Roughsey
Joelene Roughsey is a proud Lardil woman and belongs to the Langunanji clan. She was born in Mt Isa in 1982 and grew up on Mornington Island.