BL:AK Camp

Masterclass on Kabi Kabi Country, 10am-4pm Wednesday 6 September 2023.

Three masterclasses for First Nations peoples only with:

  • Stephanie Parkin, co-Founder and Principal Solicitor or Parallax Legal and writer of two sections in NAVA's Code of Practice for Visual Arts, Craft and Design
  • Jo-anne Driessens, Artists in the Black, Arts Law Centre of Australia
  • Trish Adjel, Director Visual Arts and Design Policy, Standalone Legislation, Creative Industries Division, Department of Arts
  • Leecee Carmichael, Blak Camp lead artist
  • Sasha Parlett, Red Handed Media

10am-4pm Wednesday 6 September 2023

Bouloomba Creek Rd
Cambroon, QLD

Photo of workshop in a large tent featuring weaving and a powerpoint presentation
Group of people smiling at camera against a background of green grass and hills

L-R: Makeeta Ratulevu, Indigenous Engagement Manager at Copyright Agency, Trish Adjei, Director of Visual Arts and Design Policy at Office for the Arts, Libby Harward Director of Munimba-ja, Jo Driessens Arts Law, and Stephanie Parkin on behalf of NAVA as author of two key sections of the Code of Practice for Visual Arts, Craft and Design.

Bl:ak Camp was coordinated by Libby Harward - Quandamooka Artist and Director of Munimba-ja an Aboriginal owned and run Art Gallery, Shopfront and Studio Space in consultation with Blak Creatives network group on Kabi Kabi and Jinibara Country.

Blak Creatives is supported through the Creative Industries Investment Program and is jointly funded by ArtsCoast through Sunshine Coast Council’s Art and Heritage Levy and the Regional Arts Development Fund in partnership with Queensland Government.

BL:AK CAMP is supported directly by ArtsCoast through Sunshine Coast Council, Creative Australia and Noosa Regional Council.

NAVA is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.