Insights|Organisational and cultural change

Our reflections from NAIDOC Week

Written by
Alex Shute and Rachael De Costa

Artwork by Blak Douglas displayed at Art Gallery NSW

Stuart’s closing message - “Nature connects us all” left me with a strong feeling of admiration for Australia’s First Peoples. Their roles as environmental stewards not only preserves the environment, but has enhanced their community's wellbeing for millennia. What a powerful reminder of the value of Indigenous wisdom and culture.

Upon reflection of the event, the role of music and art became profoundly clear: they are expressions of hope, despair, and ultimately, connection. These forms of storytelling are essential, bridging gaps and bringing us closer to understanding each other's journeys and culture.

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