Six female Aboriginal artists address issues of identity

Contemporary Aboriginal artists Megan Cope, Hannah Bronte, Katie West, Lorna Munro, Merindah Donnelly and Tjanara Talbot set the record straight about misconceptions and misrepresentations of Aboriginality.

Art Exhibition previously on at Willoughby City Council in New South Wales, Australia.
From Wednesday 15 June 2016 to Sunday 03 July 2016

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Unapologetically conveying their individual beliefs and journeys through digital media and costume design, these six artists employ humour, satire, mediatation and hip hop to confront preconceptions of identity.

Strong, informed and connected these young and creative women take pride in standing up and representing.

The exhibition includes Cope’s video, The Blaktism which received the Western Australian Indigenous Art Award in 2015.

Miss-REPRESENT is part of the Guringai Festival 2016.

A Willoughby Council curated exhibition.

For related public programs visit Willoughby Council’s website.