We are excited to have launched our inaugural Aboriginal art competition. The competition endeavours to help young emerging artists between the ages of 16 and 25.

As an Aboriginal majority-owned business, we’re committed to the genuine engagement of Indigenous peoples and contributing to Indigenous communities by providing valued opportunities. By investing in individuals, we can positively impact whole families and communities.

We are passionate about creating opportunities for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and empowering them to succeed. The DDR Art Competition provides a platform for emerging young artists with an opportunity to create a meaningful art piece that showcases their culture and artistic skills.

To launch Reconciliation Week 2021, we held a Welcome to Country and art exhibition to announce the competition winners. See pages 4 & 5 for the winners’ stories and images of the day.

Congratulations to our emerging artists!

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