Matilda Nona during the Northern Disclosure workshop on Badu Island. Image: IACA

IACA Belonging and Northern Disclosure Update

Most Art Centres are now in the final stages of art making for this art development project, and we are seeing incredible outcomes. Artists are trying new materials and techniques including photography, painting, ceramics, woodcarving, and sculpture with expert facilitators Edwina Circuitt, Rebecca Dagnell and Curtis Taylor. There is great excitement around the new art making with a high-level major exhibition at the National Museum of Australia (NMA) in Canberra planned for mid 2021. More news on the exhibition is coming soon so please keep your eye on our social media channels and website for previews and information on Belonging creations.

The Belonging project is funded by the Federal Government's Indigenous Languages and Arts program. 

Main image credit: Matilda Nona during the Northern Disclosure workshop on Badu Island. Image: IACA

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