to work with celebrated artists Wendy Hayden, a Noongar woman and Janine Daddo.
Richmond Wellbeing CEO Neil Guard said the exhibition would offer an opportunity for budding Aboriginal artists to be exposed to the wider community and potentially a buying market.
“This unique project aims to reach into the Aboriginal community, demonstrate our ongoing commitment to reconciliation and will also help to further enhance wellbeing in the community by raising funds,” Mr Guard said.
More funds will be raised from a collaboration artwork between Ms Hayden and Ms Daddo.
Entries for the competition close on October 27.
For more information, visit rw.org.au.
Wendy Hayden and Janine Daddo splash out.