This weekend there’s a special art exhibition on at Seymour College, which showcases the work of Indigenous artists from many remote communities, as well as the art of the students from the school. It’s called “Spirit of Culture: Land and Life”. Jennie Lenman caught up with Jane Easton, manager and art coordinator at Tapatjatjaka Arts in Titjikala and artist, Nita Ferguson to talk about the exhibition as well as Seymour College’s artist-in-residence program. Jennie started by asking Jane about the program that the art centre runs in collaboration with the school.
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