Indigenous artist

Edward Feuerstein JP - Dreamtime Explorers

Dreamtime Explorers Australia

Edward Feuerstein JP identifies as being an Aboriginal man and a Descendant of the Wiradjuri Tribe/ Mob from regional NSW. Edward's Skin name given to him by Elders is Eddie Wiradjuri Birrang ( Meaning Edward's Journey). Edward’s Great grandmother was aboriginal of Aboriginal parents Campbell and Williams. The Bloodline is Read- Standley- Taylor – Campbell and the songline connects to Traditional Owner -Aunty Rhonda Jean Towney. Edward has experienced a journey for many years working with elders and aboriginal people from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait communities. Edward’s mob's totem is the goanna and his families’ totem is the Kangaroo.  Edward’s experience and the journey have allowed him to teach and enrich others in a training environment with TAFE NSW, teaching aboriginal and non-aboriginal student from around Australia in South West Sydney. Edward taught in the SWSI TAFE Aboriginal unit in Macarthur, which allowed him to teach student from all around Australia in Cultural Awareness, Art, Community Services, Counselling and Mental health. Edward does a Range of Traditional Art.

Indigenous language groups

Wiradjuri

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