School of Art & Design alumni selected for NGA's 2019 Indigenous Arts Leadership program

2018 Graduating Exhibition. L-R: Katrina Leske, Professor Denise Ferris, Ellen Sleeman-Taylor & Aidan Hartshorn
2018 Graduating Exhibition. L-R: Katrina Leske, Professor Denise Ferris, Ellen Sleeman-Taylor & Aidan Hartshorn
Friday 25 October 2019


ANU School of Art & Design recent graduate, Aidan Hartshorn has been selected to take part in the National Gallery of Australia's Indigenous Arts Leadership Program alongside nine other Indigenous arts workers from around Australia.

Supported by Wesfarmers Arts, the immersive leadership program provides emerging and mid-career Indigenous arts workers an opportunity to develop their leadership potential, deepen their understanding of the sector and build networks during a 10-day program at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra.

The 2019 program celebrates 10 years of providing professional development for Indigenous art workers.


This year’s 10 participants are:

Shaun Angeles – NT
Angelina Boona – WA
Simon Carmichael – Qld
Troy Casey – Qld
Dave Gough – Tas
Aidan Hartshorn – ACT
Juanita Kelly-Mundine – NSW
Georgia MacGuire – Vic
Stacie Piper – Vic
Michelle Woody - NT


 

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