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Indigenous art

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Indigenous art. Get inspired and try out new things.
B.C. schools remember Kamloops residential school children by colouring paper eagle feathers for display | CBC News

Many schools across the province are drawing colouring an eagle feather template created by Gitxsan artist Michelle Stoney and hanging the feathers on fences to remember the 215 children whose remains were found at a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C..

Aboriginal Art Lessons

In our Aboriginal Art Lessons we learn how to create artworks inspired by the symbols, styles and stories of this enduring Australian art form.

Natsiaa 2017: the breadth and beauty of contemporary Indigenous art – in pictures

In their 34th year, the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art awards have delivered a broad, diverse and often surprising survey of Indigenous art

Aboriginal Art Vectors and Illustrations - Page 5 - Hello Vector

Download 4370 best and unique Aboriginal Art vectors and illustrations of many different categories like background, nature, family, connection & dot art. Page 5 of 88

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There is no written language for Australian Aboriginal People so in order to convey our important cultural stories through the generations it is portrayed by symbols/icons through our artwork. It is imperative to pass on information to preserve their culture. Indigenous art is centered on story telling. It is used as a chronical to convey knowledge of the land, events and beliefs of the Aboriginal people. The use of symbols is an alternate way to writing down stories of cultural significance, te
Ehecatl: God of the wind
Aboriginal Art with Heart. Designs from renowned Indigenous Artists from Australia's central desert region. Celebrating Family, Country and Ceremony.