Tarnanthi turns to the stories of women to lead us out of crisis

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Working with 87 artists during the pandemic and remote lockdowns, Tarnanthi continues to be innovative, and in a first, throws the spotlight on the work of women Aboriginal artists.

2020 could be described as a year framed by the ‘local / global’ – ground roots impact and a shrunken world that has acknowledged the value of adopting the smaller lens, to a shared global fear and recalibration, and struggled realities from Black Lives Matter to a raging pandemic.

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