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The National Indigenous Arts Awards help to recognise the centrality of First Nations artists to Australian culture.
“I look up to supportive and queer elders in the Aboriginal community and I’m lucky to be surrounded by so many LGBTIQ+ allies and activists in Melbourne.”
“In all my work I strip myself bare, literally and metaphorically, and try to be as vulnerable with my audience as possible.”
“Us gay and Indigenous mob, we’re fringe dwellers twice over, and that’s what gives us great strength.”
“The theme highlights the ground-breaking work our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTI peers did to pave the way for us today.”