SUN 8 JUL - SAT 4 AUG 2018
NAIDOC Week 2018 will celebrate the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make - to our communities, our families, our rich history and to our nation.
In 2018 FedUni’s Post Office Gallery celebrates NAIDOC and Australia’s First Nations peoples with two group exhibitions by local Indigenous artists.
Please join us for the Welcome to Country and dance performance by local Baarlinjaan Dance Group to celebrate the exhibition opening on Thu 12 July @ 6, for 6.30pm.
BECAUSE OF HER, WE CAN!
Local artists Janet Curtain, Deanne Gilson, Marlene Gilson, Elizabeth Liddle, Georgia MacGuire, Josh Muir, and the Pitcha Makin Fellas, present a diverse range of sculptural, installation, prints and paintings that showcase and celebrate the richness and diversity of their Indigenous cultural identity.
In a unique collaboration between Federation College’s VET Visual Arts program, Langi Kal Kal and Hopkins Correctional Centre, select artists present their recent work in a group exhibition to celebrate NAIDOC18.
NB. As the Victorian and national NAIDOC week differ in 2018, the Post Office Gallery's exhibition coincides with national NAIDOC week, from Sun 8 to Sun 15 Jul 2018.
Image: (top) Marlene Gilson Black Swamp, Lake Wendouree, 2017 acrylic on linen 76 x 100cm Courtesy the artist (bottom) Wade Dingo Dreaming, 2017 acrylic on canvas 33 x 43cm Courtesy the artist