Future Dreaming shares artworks that highlight the importance of cultural and community connection for Indigenous inmates during this time.Kent Morris (Barkindji)
I love the idea that someone has seen my painting and loved what I’ve done, and paid their money, and have it on display in their home. It gives me so much pride.Flick Chafer-Smith (Ngarrindjeri)
In the past I was a crook, you know, a jail bird, but now I am an artist. My daughter is so proud of that. I never used to think of myself that way.Chris Austin (Gunditjmara)
My totem is the emu. I love colours and mix them with creative ideas about Tasmanian emu’s. Thelma Beeton (Palawa)
We provide art, cultural and arts industry support to Indigenous offenders and ex-offenders in Victoria. Our aim is to reduce the rate of reoffending by encouraging the exploration of identity and culture through art programs to define new pathways upon release.
100% of the sale price goes directly to the artist.