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Baluk Arts - Indigenous Artists of Frankston and Mornington Peninsula, and South East Melbourne

Baluk Arts is a collective of urban Aboriginal artists from Frankston and Mornington Peninsula, and South East Melbourne. The artists deliver a successful workshop program, quality exhibitions and artist services.

Bindi Cole (Artist)

Wathaurung woman Bindi Cole, is a Melbourne based emerging artist and award winning photographer, winning the Victorian Indigenous Art Award in 2007. Bindi's work exposes the latent and unspoken power dynamics of Australian culture in the here and now.She subtly but powerfully reveals some uncomfortable truths about the disconnection between who we are - the communities and identities by which we shape our sense of self - and how the prevailing culture attempts to place and define us.

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Black Possum Designs by Heather Kennedy


Deanne Gilson - Visual Artist/Koorie Culture, Arts & Education

Further information on Deanne and examples of her artwork can be seen on her website.

Gurranyin Arts

Lee Darroch’s Gurranyin Arts produces fine art for the premium end of the market. Project management, arts administration, arts and cultural and Koori community consultancy services are offered. The business has a sound trade record of leadership in the Aboriginal arts industry.

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  • 49 First Parade
    Raymond Island
    Vic 3880
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Iluka Design

Nathan is available to do commissioned artworks and deliver workshops with corporate or community organisations.

Josh Muir - Artist

Art Yarns Consultancy

Tharangalk Art

Traditional Victorian Indigenous artworks mixed with contemporary concepts.

Wild blak Arts

All participants Indigenous and non-Indigenous will learn and understand Aboriginal culture and develop knowledge of both historical and contemporary Aboriginal history.

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