On the eve of The Voice referendum, David Kaunitz comments on the power of listening and collaboration in Indigenous communities.
Design that speaks many languages is to be treasured and enjoyed. Trent Jansen tells a story of design collaborations and connections through his work on Country with friends and artists who bring the perspective of First Nations people to the fore.
Australia’s longest-running Indigenous gallery, is rebranding as Art Leven under the continued directorship of Mirri Leven to broaden focus while continuing to support First Nations art.
Whilst unauthorised and inappropriate use of Indigenous designs and cultural appropriation are real and on-going problems, this white paper explains how reputable manufacturers, such as Designer Rugs, are addressing them.
How do we design healthcare facilities where everyone feels included? The answer is to give people a choice.
Steelcase recently hosted an inviting and vibrant celebration to launch its Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan engaging with First Nations people across the greater Sydney region and beyond.
Launching last week in Sydney, Aboriginal designer and curator Alison Page and Breville announced an extraordinary partnership with First Nations People and the National Museum of Australia.
Woolwonga and Gurindji woman Susan Moylan-Coombs is a cultural curator, bringing to her work and life the value of culture as a voice for Indigenous people.