Matika Wilbur is changing the way we see Native America one photo at a time. Project 562, is Matika’s daring undertaking of artistry and conscience of unprecedented scope and impact. Her mission is to photograph every federally recognised tribe in the United States and reveal the rich and complex 21st century image and reality of contemporary Native Americans.
"It was a significant moment, not only for the statement we were making, but also, as a light-skinned woman, to be acknowledged as a Papua New Guinean. No one was able to tell me I wasn’t a Papuan, and this made me feel strong." Moale James
Birrimbi Dulgu Bajal, which means ‘Sea and Rainforest Dreaming’ in the local Yidinji language, brought the essence, art and culture of Queensland’s First Nations peoples to Melbourne Fashion Festival. Now, Cairns Indigenous Art Fair is back with a brand new fashion showcase titled Jana Jaral.