NAIDOC WEEK | HILLARYS BOARDWALK AMPHITHEATRE | JUNE 25 – JULY 10
NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for all Australians to learn about First Nations cultures and histories, and participate in celebrations of the oldest, continuous living cultures on earth. Red Air is a collaboration between First Nations artists Sharon and Kaye Warrie from the Yindjibarndi Nation and Matthew Aberline and Maurice Goldberg from the Goldberg Aberline Studio. The bold combination of Aboriginal and contemporary artwork is a celebration of the West Australian desert landscape and an exploration of the spirit of the land as part of a contemporary Australian identity. The Warrie sisters are part of Cheeditha Art, a first nations art collective near Robourne, WA. The Goldberg Aberline Studio is famous for their collaborations – having worked worldwide with The United Nations General Assembly, World Pride in New York, many regional galleries in Australia and Sculpture by the Sea at Bondi and Cottesloe. The Red Air Art Installation will be displayed on the Hillarys Boardwalk Amphitheatre from June 25 to July 10. No entry fee required.