Researchers from The Australian National University are partnering with Canberra’s First Nations communities to develop a series of community street art projects across the region, and hopefully other areas around Australia.
Two public murals painted by Ngunnawal and Ngambri families’ in Canberra last week kicked off the Two Way Project, which brings together researchers from across Indigenous policy research, visual arts, music and science communication.
The project aims are to build public awareness around relevant policy issues through Aboriginal art in public spaces.
CAAMA’s Philippe Perez spoke to the project leader and researcher at the ANU’s Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research Dr Kirrily Jordan to learn more…
Photos Credit: Adam Spence / ANU