Artists and guests at community day launch, Koorie Art Show 2018.

UPCOMING – THE KOORIE ART SHOW 2019

The Koorie Art Show is our annual event showcasing the diverse talent of Victoria’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists in one inclusive space. The Koorie Art Show is an open-entry, non-acquisitive award exhibition, presenting the works of emerging to senior, Koorie and Victorian based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists aged 17 years and […]

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UPCOMING – THE KOORIE ART SHOW: KIDS AND YOUTH

The Koorie Art Show: Kids and Youth is our annual event showcasing the diverse talent of Victoria’s budding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists aged between 5 and 16 years. The Koorie Art Show: Kids and Youth compliments the open Koorie Art Show for Victorian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists 17 years and older. The Kids […]

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BUILDING ABORIGINAL CULTURAL COMPETENCY – INDIVIDUALS AND SMALL GROUPS (SESSION 6)

We are leaders in Building Aboriginal Cultural Competency (BACC) through our Indigenous cultural awareness training programs delivered by facilitators who are experts in the field. Our BACC program is based around experiential/participatory learning that encourage reflection on participants’ own values, beliefs and behaviour. The program also provides flexibility to incorporate specific needs of organisations working […]

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CALLING FOR ENTRIES – THE KOORIE ART SHOW: KIDS AND YOUTH AWARDS 2019

The Koorie Heritage Trust is calling all budding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists who are aged between 5 and 16 years old and living in Victoria, to enter the Koorie Art Show: Kids and Youth Awards 2019 and be eligible for prizes. The Koorie Art Show: Kids and Youth Awards forms part of our annual Koorie […]

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Self Portrait, Uncle Greg Muir, 2019.

NOW SHOWING – OLD AND NEW

Old and New is the sixth solo exhibition from Yorta Yorta visual and performance artist Greg Muir. Taking inspiration from photographs, most from his own collection, Greg takes us on a captivating journey retelling the story of his life through art.

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Tower Hill, Aunty Bronwyn Razem, 2019, acrylic on wallaby fur & raffia, 1270 x 1100 x 140mm

NOW SHOWING – CAMPING ON COUNTRY

Camping on Country is an ambitious and immersive solo exhibition by Gunditjmara master weaver, Aunty Bronwyn Razem. Camping on Country tells the stories of families coming together and elders teaching the importance of being on Country — passing down knowledge and old ways.

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Marnda Grik, 2019, paperbark and thread. Blackgin.

NOW SHOWING – MARNDA GRIK

Marnda Grik means large spider in Woiwurrung. Marnda Grik is a weaver of story, history and Country. She embodies the matriarchs of our past. In this new body of work, Blackgin explores her relationship with Marnda Grik.

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Advance Australia Not Fair, Kait James, 2019

NOW SHOWING – DRY YOUR DISHES ON MY CULTURE

Dry Your Dishes on My Culture by Wadawurrung visual artist Kait James explores questions relating to identity, perception and our knowledge of Australia’s Indigenous communities.

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Teena Moffatt, Nanyak Nharebula Gana #1 (Mother Shield Design) 2018. Collection of the artist.

CALLING FOR ENTRIES – THE KOORIE ART SHOW 2019

Deadline for entries extended to 11 November 2019 The Koorie Heritage Trust is calling all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists who are 17 years of age and over and living in Victoria, to enter the Koorie Art Show 2019 and be eligible for over $25,000 worth of prizes. The Koorie Art Show is our annual award […]

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Installation shot of Land Currents by Maddi Moser in the Level Two Project Space. Photo by Christian Capurro.

APPLY NOW – LEVEL TWO PROJECT SPACE – EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

Are you an emerging Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander artist, or artist collective living in Victoria? Apply to exhibit in our Level Two Project Space in 2020.

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