CPAC Blog: Paris Norton

CPAC Blog: Paris Norton

For someone who is constantly inspired by stories and experiences, it was natural for Paris Norton to turn to activist Faith Bandler's own stories when devising a work for the exhibition exploring the 1967 Referendum and its leader.

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CPAC Blog: Jason Wing

CPAC Blog: Jason Wing

A chance encounter with a powerful photo from the 1938 Day of Mourning got Jason Wing thinking.

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CPAC Blog: Colin Brooks

CPAC Blog: Colin Brooks

Orana Arts discovered Colin Brooks Jnr. successfully working as a contemporary dot and line painter in Narromine. Being invited to join The Left Field program gave him a whole new perspective on Aboriginal art.

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CPAC Blog: Amala Groom

CPAC Blog: Amala Groom

Have you seen MY Emily is an incredibly ambitious project technically and creatively for Amala Groom, who wrote, directed, produced and performed in the work. 

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CPAC Blog: Aleshia Lonsdale

CPAC Blog: Aleshia Lonsdale

Aleshia Lonsdale was looking for a challenge so when the Orana Arts Left Field project put out a call for artists she jumped at the chance to broaden her practice from painting and weaving.

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Casula Powerhouse Blog: Shireen Taweel (artist)

Casula Powerhouse Blog: Shireen Taweel (artist)

With a practice grounded in Islamic decorative arts and inspired by family, space and the homeland Shireen Taweel creates intricate pierced copper pieces that tread a fine line between jewellery and sculpture.

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