Art educator Alice McAuliffe and academic Jennifer Newman discuss artworks from UTS Art Collection in relation to the eight essential understandings that comprise the REM Framework that underpins UTS Health Faculty’s Indigenous Knowledge graduate attribute program.

This work is currently on display in UTS Tower, level 6 CB01.06

You can read more about Trevor Nickolls’ work in the Indigenous art from UTS Art Collection resources

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Social Justice – Marrnyula Munungurr ‘Bawu’

Heterogenity of Indigenous Australians – Archie Moore ‘Flag’

Health, social and emotional wellbeing (1 of 2)- Trevor Nickolls ‘Dream Time Machine Time’

Health, social and emotional wellbeing (2 of 2) – Vanessa Inkamala ‘Dialysis Homeless Diabetes’

Indigenous ways of knowing, being and doing – John Mawurndjul ‘Mardayin Design at Milmilngkan’

Spirituality – Dorothy Napangardi ‘Salt on Mina Mina’

Colonisation, racism and chronic disease – Michael Cook ‘Civilised #13’

Transgenerational Trauma – Tracey Moffatt ‘Up in the Sky’

Resilience, survival and thriving – Vernon Ah Kee ‘Grandfather Gaze’