Bundian Way Arts Exchange - Initial Responses
An exhibition of works in progress by participants in the Bundian Way Arts Exchange
The Bundian Way Arts Exchange (BWAE) is a creative participatory project focussed on building positive reciprocal relationships between the Canberra community and local regional Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities. The BWAE features learning events in Canberra and a structured creative field program visiting areas along the Bundian Way; a shared historic pathway used by Aboriginal people for tens of thousands of years, linking Mount Kosciusko with Twofold Bay on the Far South Coast of NSW.
The program is led by Dr Amanda Stuart and Amelia Zaraftis, recipients of the Vice Chancellors Award for Reconciliation.
2019 EXHIBITING PARTICIPANTS
Natalie Bateman · Sarah Buckley · Liz Coats · Janet DeBoos · Fiona Edge · Magdalen Elmitt · Michele England · Yoshi Hayashi · Meaghan Holt · Emma Hoy · Christiane Keller · Barbara McConchie · Jim McGrath · Pamela McGrath · Graeme Neate · Joshua Newham · Simon Ramsey · Annika Romeyn · Rebecca Selleck · Wendy Teakel · Teffany Thiedeman · James Tylor · Caroline Wallace
The School of Art & Design would like to thank Uncle Ossie Cruse, BJ Cruse, John Blay, Natalie Bateman, Pauline Coxon, Yoshi Hayashi, Meaghan Holt, Nathan Lygon, Franz Peters, Alison Simpson and the Twofold Aborginal Corporation for the significant contributions they have made to the program.