Dreaming come true

This sculpture by Robyn Nathan is called Waima Waimangu and will feature at the Dreaming Festival in Woodford.

The Dreaming Festival, the all-indigenous international arts festival (under the artistic direction of Bundjalung woman Rhoda Roberts) will run at the Woodford Folk Festival site in Queensland from June 9-12.

Now in its second year, The Dreaming features a showcase of indigenous arts from across the country and from around the world. (As well as some of the finest indigenous performers of course...)

This year a sculpture has been selected to represent the Ballina Thursday Plantation East Coast Sculpture Show at the festival.

Waima Waimangu by Maori artist Robyn Nathan will be installed at Woodford to add to the vibrant spiritual life of the event.

Rhoda Roberts says she is very happy to have this particular work at The Dreaming Festival.

As a Bundjalung woman I am delighted to begin this relationship with the Thursday Plantation East Coast Sculpture Show.


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