IartC acknowledges the Traditional Owners and custodians of Country throughout Australia. We recognise their continuing connection to the land, waters and skies, often expressed through art.

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Jessica Munro

Dharug Country | Bowen Mountain NSW

Warami, I am Jessie a proud Darug woman and contemporary aboriginal artist. Living in the mountains on Dharug country. I began painting as a way to connect to my culture and my Community, it has quickly become a huge part of my healing journey and I am so proud to share tell stories on country through my artwork honouring my ancestors. We all travel a unique path but when in country we are grounded as one.


Shelby Lyons

Wiradjuri | NSW

Yuwin Ngadhi (My name is) Shelby-Rae. I was born in Narrandera NSW, my home, my safe place. The place i run to when i need to connect with my culture, put my feet in the grains of sand that sit on the bank of the Marrambidya (Murrumbidgee River), listen to the Murraany (cockatoo’s) squarking among the gumtree’s and be with my mob. I am a young 28 year old proud Wiradjuri woman, I am a mother to four beautiful boys. I started Marara Designs to educate and help my kids learn about their culture. I started off creating little things here and there for them and of course some home decor for myself (if you know me personally, i have a big love for interior design). Artist run in my family so i’ve always had the best role models and influences around me my whole life. My love for graphic design and art in general has always played a huge part in my life. So being able to mix my culture and designs together i didn’t hesitate in growing my business to share with everyone. Barra-manggari-rra (love) to all my people.


Carissa Paglino

Awabakal (Newcastle) | Elermore Vale

My name is Carissa Paglino, I am 41 years old and I was born and raised in the city of Newcastle, Awabakal country. I am a descendant of the Wanaruah nation. I have always had a great passion for art and design. From 2004 to 2015 I worked as an In-House Graphic Designer for Miromaa Aboriginal Language & Technology Centre. In 2005 I completed a Diploma of Graphic Design at TAFE. At the start of 2015 I left my office job to pursue a full time career as a Freelance Graphic Designer. During this time I have grown both personally and professionally; having won multiple art awards, been involved in art exhibitions and also developed strong relationships with my many government, corporate and community clients. I practice and enjoy many forms of art but my professional forte is contemporary Aboriginal Graphic Design. I design symbols and motifs that are influenced by traditional Aboriginal art and present them in bold, new ways, creating my own unique style. My use of bright, vibrant colours and distinctive designs makes my work stand out.


Krista Davies

Perth | WA

I am an Arrernte woman from Mparntwe (Alice Springs). I paint on canvas using acrylic paints and some texture work using textured paste.



Naarm, | Collingwood VIC

Agency celebrates and promotes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, culture and people on a local, national and international scale through the initiation and facilitation of ethical and sound investments into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led projects and partnerships.



Gunditjmara, Jardwadjali and Boandik (Glenelg) | CLEMENTS GAP SA

Dreamtimez is a South Australian owned brand working with Aboriginal Artists to licence their artwork on homewares and fashion products. Royalties are paid to the Aboriginal artists giving them a reliable steady ongoing income stream.

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