- Full print is visible on the front and reverse
- Microfiber polyester with a slightly transparent effect
- Hand wash only.
- Do not dry clean or tumble dry.
About the Artist
Nadeena Dixon is a Wiradjuri, Yuin and Gadigal (Dharug -Boorongberigal clan) multi-disciplinary artist incorporating textiles, short video, photography and animation.
Recognised as a master weaving practitioner within Indigenous Australian textile traditions, Nadeena Dixon has a strong focus on creating fibre sculpture works, incorporating object making within Indigenous symbology reflecting Indigenous knowledge.
She has an extensive background as a specialist Indigenous cultural practitioner, teacher and program producer, working within Indigenous key educational bodies and Australian cultural organisations to develop core Indigenous arts and cultural program outcomes. In 2016 Nadeena founded Murra Murra (make – do – create) an independent Indigenous arts and cultural company with a passion for empowering all Australians with the opportunity to connect with Indigenous peoples, Cultures and Arts Practices.
Nadeena’s cultural practices also include dance, song, language, song-writing, contemporary theatre storytelling and contemporary ceremony.
Nadeena has a postgraduate degree in Indigenous Arts Management from VCA University of Melbourne, a Masters in Fine Arts from UNSW Art & Design and has received an Australian Design Honours from the Australian Design Centre.