NAIDOC WEEK: Alumni at Bunjilaka

NWF14 alumni Megan Cope and Steaphan Paton join a group of emerging and established artists for From Where I Stand, the newest community exhibition at Bunjilaka Cultural Centre at the Melbourne Museum. The exhibition presents 17 Indigenous artists from across Australia who now call Victoria home, using their own experiences to highlight where they stand on place, […]

5 Sept 2013 Pegboard is out

Your pre-election Pegboard is here! Packed with announcements, festivals and other distractions to help you think happy thoughts throughout the weekend. The big NW news is that we’ve selected our final 4 projects to premiere in galleries about town for the 2014 Festival – so dig in to get the scoop on our successful emerging […]

Boorun’s Canoe at Bunjilaka

Bunjilaka’s new exhibition on Victoria’s First Peoples opens soon! The exhibition tells the stories of Aboriginal Victoria through the voices of Victoria’s First People using cutting-edge multimedia, Aboriginal language, artefacts and contemporary artworks. Featured in the exhibition is Kickstart  artist Steaphan Paton’s work Boorun’s Canoe, which documents the building of a traditional bark canoe by Steaphan and […]