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Whale of a mural at Strawberry Hills

In “Feed the Whale, Feed the Dream”, Blak Douglas uses elements of the top three submissions from Gina Georgiannis, Leanne Bryce and Vicki Waddy.

The art of resistance

REDFERN: An art installation at Social-Laneway Espresso condemns the ongoing Stolen Generations. Prominent Aboriginal artist, Blak Douglas (aka Adam Hill), launched the installation to support a National Day of Action (NDA) on Sorry Day (May 26), calling for a stop to the unprecedented number of Aboriginal children being forcibly removed from their families.

Pepper Berries ripen, café to reopen

REDFERN: In February the Purple Goanna Café on 137 Redfern Street will start over as “PepperBerries at Redfern”. Newly at the helm will be Aunty Beryl Van-Oploo, the well-known Aboriginal hospitality teacher from Yaama Dhiyaan. “We want to provide fresh and easy Indigenous food for everyone and make this place feel like home. We hope this café will be a destination for everyone,” she said.

Explosive art opening in Utrecht

On June 20 an exhibition of new works by Sydney-based artists Adam Geczy and Blak Douglas, aka Adam Hill, opened at the AAMU (Museum of Contemporary Aboriginal Art) in Utrecht, Netherlands.

Gail Mabo recites Reconciliation Speech

REDFERN: Damien Minton Gallery in Great Buckingham Street will host an exhibition commemorating the 20th anniversary of Paul Keating’s Reconciliation Speech. The special event on Saturday December 8, 4-6pm, will feature Gail Mabo, painter and daughter of land rights activist Eddie Mabo, reciting the speech live.