Scattered Tribes: Healing Through Kinship
Reconnecting with country, story and each other is at the heart of the healing process embedded in Scattered Tribes: Healing Through Kinship.
The exhibition presents works by Bardi /Jawi and Karajarri woman and internationally renowned artist Ngardarb Francine Riches, and a series of collaborative photographic portraits between local community members and portrait photographer Arun Munoz.
Community members involved in the photo series include: Uncle Roy Alexander, Crystal Vivienne Harris, Tony Riches (Jumbo), Amy Huia, Beverley Ah Choo, Alainah Bin Maarus, Taylani Xavier, Tracy Bevan, Vivienne May Huston, Mitchell Boney, Benjamin Creek, Brent Watkins, Heath Baldwin and Liss Gabb.
OPENING: Wednesday 28 June, 6pm – 8pm
EXHIBITION: Thursday 29 June – Saturday 29 July
VENUE: Roslyn Smorgon Gallery
Presented in partnership with cohealth Arts Generator, as part of FCAC’s Indigenous Cultural Program.
Scattered Tribes: Healing Through Kinship was developed with support from Helen MacPherson Smith Trust and Maribyrnong City Council.
1- Ngardarb Francine Riches, IDENTITY, 2017
2- Image by Arun Munoz 2017