Curated By Kyra Kum-Sing
Jeffrey Samuels, Arone Meeks (dec.), Dr. Bronwyn Bancroft, Euphemia Bostock, Maddison Gibbs, Graham Toomey, Jude Jarrett, Joanne Cassady, Dennis Golding, Kevin Winanggaay May, Darren Charlwood, Jasmine Coe, Joe Hurst, Sharon Smith, Annette Kennedy, James Simon, Nathan Falk, Blak Douglas, Wanita Lowe, Nadeena Dixon, Nioka Lowe-Brennan, Peta-Joy Williams, Kevin ‘Sooty’ Welsh, Hayley Pigram, Danielle Gorogo and Rubyrose Bancroft.
The suburb of Redfern in Sydney has always been a place for Aboriginal people to come together and meet each other. For many of our families who have come from the bush into the city for work, Redfern is a safe place for Aboriginal people to stay while away from their homelands.
Redfern is a place of significance for Aboriginal peoples’ rights and the Aboriginal Self-Determination movement. It is also the birthplace of key Aboriginal organisations such as the Aboriginal Medical Service, Aboriginal Legal Service and Boomalli to name a few.
This exhibition will highlight happy memories for our artists of great times, gathering and meeting up with family and friends.
– Kyra Kum-Sing