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Celebrating NAIDOC 2020


We love and throw our support behind the theme of this year’s NAIDOC week!

Our practice operates through a prism of truth-telling, restitution and reconciliation. We don’t just talk these words, we try our best to embody them in the way we practice. COVID has limited our usual NAIDOC celebrations and instead we have thrown ourselves into a week of online listening and learning. Thanks to the National Indigenous Centre of Excellence, Parlour and COX for hosting some fantastic and provocative podcasts over the course of the week.

On a side note, we are chuffed with our connection to this year’s NAIDOC poster designer, Tyrown Waigana (aka Crawlin’ Crocodile).

Tyrown has turned our headshots into the world’s cutest cartoon illustrations. We can’t wait to share them with you soon!

 

NAIDOC week poster 2020

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