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Our Artwork 


Thalia Uilelea 

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Thalia is a proud Yorta-Yorta, Wiradjuri and Samoan woman. Thalia has been creating artwork that tells a story for as long as she can remember.


The artwork depicts the journey of knowledge that Woor-Dungin is taking. The black and white footprints are motifs for our indigenous and non-indigenous family, brothers and sisters, coming together and finding common ground in the centre. 


The blue footprints are the ancestors who are guiding these journeys every step of the way with the blue cross hatching representing the dreaming.


The designs that make up the rest of the work are simply a visualisation of the growth in community, ideas and relationships facilitated by Woor-Dungin.   

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