Organized by the Australian Embassy in Morocco in association with the Abla Ababu Gallery, the exhibition brings together the works of 17 Indigenous women-artists from diverse linguistic groups and, through contemporary media, reflects one of Australia’s rich millennial stories and artistic practices. Very remote areas. A bucolic and joyful universe enriched by a kaftan made of a tribal fabric by Moroccan stylist Yasmina Dadi. A unique and original piece that weaves cultural ties between Australia and Morocco.
Australia’s ambassador to Morocco, Michael Katz, said, “Today, the Babarra Women’s Center (editor’s note: a women’s organization in Maningrida, Australia) supports more than 25 artists and is one of the oldest indigenous textile businesses in Australia. “The center is a place run by women for women.
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