Defend the Dingo: Art Gallery Fundraiser
TICKETS: Tickets can be purchased through a donation of your choice or by the recommended General Admission price.
Join us for an evening of art, food, drinks & entertainment at Black Spark Cultural Centre in Northcote to raise funds for the first ever National Inaugural First Nations Dingo Forum, hosted by the Girringun Aboriginal Corporation. Donated artworks will be available for purchase on the night, with all artwork depicting Australian wildlife and their habitat, and - for First Nations only - cultural significance to Country.
All proceeds will go towards the Forum, which will bring Elders, Traditional Owners and other stakeholders together to discuss the controversy surrounding the native Dingo, and serve as an opportunity to ensure their cultural rights and obligations to protect the Dingo are heard.
There will be a bar where alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks can be purchased (100% of drink proceeds will go to Black Spark Cultural Centre), as well as some generously donated food from Red Sparrow Pizza, Vegie Tribe, and more (TBA). Defend the Dingo merchandise designed by artist Minna Leunig will be available during the event, as well as a chocolate raffle by House of Nestar.
A free public viewing of the gallery will be available on Sunday the 2nd of July between 11am - 6pm where purchased artwork can be collected.
• Artists •
| Ainsley Power-Walters | Alix O'Neil | Beau Motlop | Carla Scotto | Chontelle Burns | Emmy Webbers | Harriet GJ | Harry Vincent | Isabel Koslowsky | Kerri Dixon | Kristen Handley | Lisa Wilkinson | Liz Millsom | Lynette Eggleston | Mich Jing | Minna Leunig | Phoebe Thompson | Pouya Bagheri | Tyrown Waigana | Victoria Buchanan | Zoe Bee
This event is being sponsored by Red Sparrow Pizza, Vegie Tribe & House of Nestar. We are currently looking for more sponsors, so please reach out if you'd like to get involved!
If you would like to donate a piece of art or have any general enquiries, please reach out via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you there!
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land that this event takes place on. We pay our respects to all elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded—this always was, always will be Aboriginal land.