We worked with the City of Charles Sturt to deliver a project featuring local Aboriginal people sharing their stories and reflecting on Reconciliation.
Each participant was matched with a non-Aboriginal artist who created a portrait of their subject in their chosen style. As subject and artist got to know each other during interviews and the portrait sittings, we captured these conversations.
A team of Indigenous crew members from Channel 44 recorded these exchanges and the creative process to develop a documentary to share with a wider audience. The resulting portraits, photographs by John Nieddu and digital stories were displayed at The Port Community Arts Centre during Reconciliation Week in May.