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Artist’s studio in Marrickville

lucy simpsonBy National Indigenous Times NSW reporter Traci Williams

Lucy Simpson's textile business is booming, bringing her modern, creative take on Aboriginal art and design to the homes of Australians across the country.

 

In the last year, thirty-year-old Ms. Simpson has managed to grow her business thanks to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studio program set up by Marrickville...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 March 2012 21:31

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Play groups at Galiwin’ku

galiwinkuStory and image supplied by Lorraine Davies

Participants in the Families as First Teachers (FaFT) program at Galiwin'ku on Elcho Island have had a boost this year, with a building they can call their own.

Galiwin'ku was one of the first communities to take up the program in 2009, and it ran as a mobile playgroup under trees around the community until this year.

Now the program operates from its...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 17 March 2012 10:05

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