ANTaR’s Rights Stuff merchandise program works to generate economic, cultural and social benefit for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by offering a range of vibrant and thoughtful products to Australia and the world.
In doing so, ANTaR actively promotes a more just and equitable Australia.
The sale of selected ANTaR products cross-subsidises community enterprises and fledgling Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses.
Any profit that is generated through the Rights Stuff program is reinvested to advance our mission to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
This new collaboration between author Diane Lucas (Walking with the Seasons in Kakadu, Waterlilies), illustrator Colwyn Campbell (Waterlilies) and graphic designer Wilfred Russell-Smith, takes young readers through an enchanting moonlit landscape with one boy and his beloved brumbies.
The Institute for Aboriginal Development (IAD) is controlled by and for Aboriginal people, and supports Aboriginal self-determination through its unique and innovative education and training, language and culture, research and publishing programs.
The diary contains 26 colour reproductions of Central Australian art from Desert-affiliated art centres, plus cover.
Flaps back and front, including year at-a-glance chart. Two internal perforated card pull-out bookmarks, colour regional map showing geographical origins of each artwork