A Wild in Art Event in support of The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation

Indigenous art to light up Melbourne and Geelong

Josh Muir is a Yorta Yorta and Gunditjmara man from Ballarat, draws on the visual language of Indigenous culture to create vibrantly coloured digital prints, while also paying homage to hip-hop and street art.

Vandal is a proud Wiradjuri mixed media artist. In 2019 she become one of eight Victorian artists to have her artwork displayed on a Melbourne Art Tram, has produced award-winning skateboard art, and her own distinctive colouring book range inspired by her Aboriginal heritage. She is known for her use of colour and whimsical art.

Associate Professor Wayne Quilliam is one of Australia’s pre-eminent Indigenous photographic artists, curators and cultural advisors working on the international scene. Wayne is the winner of the Aboriginal Artist of the Year, Human Rights Media Award and a Walkley Award. He has created and curated over 300 exhibitions throughout the world and been published in more than 1000 magazines, books and newspapers.

Greg Matthews is a descendant of Tasmania’s Manegin People. Having developed his own unique contemporary Aboriginal art style, his work is displayed in Melbourne and Hobart galleries, and in commercial premises in both Sydney and Melbourne.

Melanie Hava was born into interesting and diverse cultures. Her father comes from the oldest city in Austria, Enns, and her mother is from one of the oldest cultures on earth, Aboriginal people of Australia. While celebrating her Austrian heritage, Melanie also identifies through her mother’s line as a Mamu Aboriginal woman, from the North Johnstone River catchment in Far North Queensland and the adjoining Great Barrier Reef sea country. Melanie’s work is influenced by her diverse cultures and by her experiences in the outback, rainforest and reef.

Sharlee Dunolly-Lee is an emerging Dja Dja Wurrung artist in her early stages of applying cultural knowledge to the canvas. In 2019, Sharlee explored her identity in an art portfolio revolved around understanding and developing her cultural identity which formed her own artistic style and contemporary vision of Aboriginal culture.

Me and UooUoo: The RCH150 Anniversary Art Trail