Craft acknowledges the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nations, the first people of the land on which we meet, exhibit and celebrate Craft.
Craft’s Aboriginal Projects Program is committed to sharing Victorian Aboriginal craft with wider audiences by highlighting the impressive tradition of skill and creativity that exists within the Koorie craft community.
Employing traditional and contemporary practices, makers continue to develop and share craft that inspires and connects with growing consumer markets. Craft understands the importance of building respectful relationships with Aboriginal makers, facilitating collaborations and developing projects that provide opportunities to share cultural knowledge.
Craft invites Koorie makers to become members of Craft, to create work for our retail shop, custom pieces for corporate commissions, participate in markets and host workshops. We are proud to work collaboratively with Indigenous artists, communities and media to promote the work of and develop opportunities for Aboriginal craftspeople.
Learn more about our Aboriginal Projects here.
Please contact Sarah Weston, Retail and Development Manager, for further information on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Aboriginal Projects Program is supported by Creative Victoria, The Australian Government, The Gandel Foundation and RACV Community Foundation.
IMAGE: Kent Morris x Craft