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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Corey Czok

Naarm | Prahran VIC

Corey Gagaru Czok is a Mununjali (Beaudesert, QLD) man, Yugambeh Language, Bundjalung Nation (Northern coastal area of NSW and S.E. QLD) and he’s extremely proud to be able to share stories about his culture through a range of artwork mediums. The Bundjalung people, also spelt Bunjalung, Badjalang and Bandjalang, are the original custodians of this region extending as far north as Beaudesert, & south to around Grafton. The Bundjalung people tell us that Rainbow Snake, or Serpent, and the Goanna worked together to create Bundjalung country. Since 2019, he has lived in Naarm (Melbourne, VIC) but grew up on Gubbi Gubbi (Sunshine Coast) country. Nov 2020, Corey commenced being an artist which he considers a hobby. Identifying as a Gay man, he likes to paint with a large variety of colours being influence by the Rainbow Flag. Therefore, his artworks are appeals to every person. He uses acrylic paints and primarily paints on canvases but given his teenage years where he considered becoming a carpenter, he has a real love for timber furniture. Spanning back through his primary, secondary or tertiary years Corey has not been formally trained in the arts. Corey entered the last Koorie Heritage Trust exhibition.


Abby Richards

I am a Gubrun, Barngarla, Ngadju Woman Living in Boorloo (Perth,WA).


Grace Lillian Lee


Grace Lillian Lee is a proud multicultural artist, known for drawing inspiration from her Indigenous heritage. Grace is a descendant of the Miriam Mer people of the Eastern Islands of the Torres Strait Islands, Lee celebrates her culture through the act of weaving, culture, story and activation. Grace’s works and adornments are recognised by the intricate, high quality woven works and installations, inspired by traditional Torres Strait Island weaving, stories of family, longing for a greater sense of belonging and an imagined future. Through her extensive work with rural and urban Australian Indigenous communities and art centres, Grace founded the not-for-profit Indigenous Corporation - First Nations Fashion + Design (FNFD), a national platform for cultural expression and celebration by way of fashion, performance and multi-disciplinary practices. Grace’s work with First Nations communities concentrates on engaging young people, artists and Elders in a space that encourages representation, pride in culture and development of textile practices, whilst also supporting cross-generational knowledge sharing. Grace’s artworks and collaborative pieces have been acquired by national and international institutions and galleries, as well as private collections. In 2021 Grace was the first inaugural recipient of the National Carla Zampatti Women in Leadership Award for the Australian Fashion Laureate award.


Liz Belanjee Cameron


I am a Dharug artist who explores concepts of Country within design. My artworks expresses the interrelationships between embodied spaces through applying rhythmical notions to connect with the sensory body. Website Belanjee.com


Nicole Taylor

Gadigal land | Alexandria NSW

Proud wiradjuri woman living in Redfern on Gadigal land. Painting contemporary art and design products. Passing stories through my art from my childhood. My culture is very close to my heart and honour my elder’s.


Hayley Cruickshanks

Worimi Country | Corlette NSW

Proud Dharug woman, living and painting my dreams on Worimi Country Port Stephens. I Started Nangamay Designs while on maternity leave after my first son was born, I was really struggling with my identity and self for a period when I found painting. I paint what I dream and what’s sent to me from my ancestors. I believe in creating a safe place for the mob and community to be involved in culture.

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