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Supporting First Nations artists to deliver authentic stories in urban landscapes

Supporting First Nations artists to deliver authentic stories in urban landscapes

Tilt Industrial Design Managing and Creative Director, Tim Phillips, comments on how industrial design intersects with First Nations artists.

The 2024 galang residents are ready to jet off to Paris

The 2024 galang residents are ready to jet off to Paris

As a program between Powerhouse Parramatta and Cité Internationale des Arts, the galang residency supports Indigenous creativity and dialogue around cultural heritage and representation.

Design as a vehicle for reconciliation: Balarinji completes latest Qantas design

Design as a vehicle for reconciliation: Balarinji completes latest Qantas design

The Indigenous design and strategy agency is launching its latest aircraft design with Qantas, the sixth iteration of a longstanding partnership.

Q&A with former INDE.Awards winners Balarinji

Q&A with former INDE.Awards winners Balarinji

In this Q&A from INDESIGN #88, we spoke to INDE.Awards winners Balarinji about Indigenous design and more.

Tony Albert in dual exhibition and curated showcase at Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney

Tony Albert in dual exhibition and curated showcase at Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney

Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney kicks off the year with a compelling showcase featuring two significant bodies of work by renowned Aboriginal artist Tony Albert.

narrm ngarrgu, a place of learning and celebration by Six Degrees Architects

narrm ngarrgu, a place of learning and celebration by Six Degrees Architects

A new community hub has opened in Melbourne – narrm ngarrgu celebrates and showcases the voice and presence of Kulin people.

Kaunitz Yeung Architecture comment: Architecture and The Voice

Kaunitz Yeung Architecture comment: Architecture and The Voice

On the eve of The Voice referendum, David Kaunitz comments on the power of listening and collaboration in Indigenous communities.

Vincent Namatjira in Sydney: Desert songs of leadership, power and legacy

Vincent Namatjira in Sydney: Desert songs of leadership, power and legacy

Yavuz Gallery foregrounds a cultural conversation with the unveiling of ‘Desert Songs’, an exhibition by leading Indigenous artist Vincent Namatjira OAM exploings a vibrant narrative of personal histories through a series of bold and unapologetically political paintings.

The missing link between culture, artwork and flooring

The missing link between culture, artwork and flooring

GH Commercial works closely with the Dreamtime Flooring team to support Indigenous artists and create a new kind of flooring inspired by culture, heritage and legacy. It’s well past time for Indigenous designs to be included in the built environment. Here is one of many steps forward.

Bompas & Parr launches Casey Cornucopia at Bunjil Place

Bompas & Parr launches Casey Cornucopia at Bunjil Place

From edible fog to theatrical performances centred around the Indigenous history of Bunjil Place, Casey Cornucopia is a sensory explosion waiting to be explored.