Torch artists represented at Norton Rose Fulbright’s RAW Exhibition

The Torch was invited to showcase four of our artists at Norton Rose Fulbright’s RAW exhibition in their Melbourne office on the 22nd August 2018.

Norton Rose Fulbright is a global legal firm and as part of their commitment to Reconciliation under their Reconciliation Action Plan they held an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and music exhibition.

Artworks from The Torch represented in this exhibition included Frances Castle’s weavings and kangaroo skin bag, paintings and a painted emu egg by Graham Gilbert, paintings from Veronica Mungaloon Hudson’s Fire Burning series and ceramic coolamons by Robby Wirramanda.

A short clip of the event is available for viewing.

Image: Kangaroo skin bag by Frances Castles