Our Perth office collaborated with Whadjuk Artist Julianne Wade on the morning of Monday 4th July to kick-off NAIDOC activities in Western Australia.
Julianne brought along an outline of a new artwork and the team collaborated to bring colour and life to the creation, taking turns to paint a section and add a handprint.
The new piece speaks to new and old knowledges, story lines from the past to the present. It represents meeting places for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to share with non-Indigenous counterparts; culture and history so that we may walk together as one people across this land.
This incredible artwork will soon be displayed in the office.