Aboriginal Art's humble beginnings started by creating images on the sand, rocks, earth to pass on intergenerational knowledge through oral traditions. The ground we all stand on today and call Australia is sacred to the First Peoples of Australia. So we should be open to learn so we can respect the land and the Indigenous culture and its people and celebrate it with that knowledge in mind.
Dreamtime Art acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land we stand on and we would like to pay respect to the elders past and present.
Proud Finalist of the Supply Nation Supplier Diversity Awards 2016.
Category - 'Supplier to Corporate Partnership of the Year'
with Johnson and Johnson Medical
Aboriginal viewers: please be warned that images and names of deceased people may be used in this website.
1 June 2016
We would like to thank the team at AusPost for sharing the Indigenous culture through art and encouraging conversations within their working culture regarding Reconciliation.
Dreamtime Art is currently exhibiting privately for AusPost employees as part of the AusPost NRW 2016 festivities. The main event will be on Friday 3 June 2016 - 'Let's Talk Reconciliation' with Ahmed Fahour and Stan Grant.