An exhibition by Sasha Hill as part of Reconciliation and NAIDOC Week
My name is Sasha Hill. I have a duel identity: Irish on my mother’s side and Aboriginal on my father's. I identify as a Yamatji/Noongar woman from the central western desert. I have been painting since I was a little girl and have been lucky enough to be taught how to paint from some amazing, strong Aboriginal women. My painting style is characterised by dot work, symbols and bright colours. Now as a mother and social worker I incorporate my art through my parenting and art therapy. I am fortunate enough to be able to teach my kids how to listen, learn and tell their stories through art.
Exhibition opening: Saturday 8 May, 2-5pm
Exhibition duration: Thursday 13 May – Saturday 31 July 2021
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Image: Sasha Hill, Identity (detail), 2021, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 30cm