Yalingwa is set to take Indigenous visual arts to a new level

The new initiative will drive curatorial scholarship, artist commissions and exhibitions for Victoria's First Nation artists.
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William Barak and Steaphan Paton, Installation view, Sovereignty.  Courtesy the artist and Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 2016.

The Victorian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, the Hon. Natalie Hutchins, announced a major new program today, the Yalingwa Visual Arts Initiative 2017–2022. It has been designed to support the development of outstanding contemporary Indigenous art and curatorial practice, with a primary focus on South East Australian First Nations artists within a national context.

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