Speaking in Colour Director and Award Winning Artist and Writer, Cherie Johnson pays tribute to Hunter Region High Schools and Teachers for their tireless contributions to the Creation of 9 Sculptures called “Resurgence”.


Speaking in Colours Possum Cloaks Aboriginal Education kits has now been endorsed and officially launched at our local Muloobinbah AECG.


Cherie Johnson

Seamlessly, 2013

Possum pelts

50 x 60 x 40cm

Speaking in Colours Interwoven Aboriginal Education kits has now been endorsed and officially launched at our local Muloobinbah AECG.


Photographic Solo Not forgotten is a series of ten (10) images shown on Rottnest Island in 2011 in conjunction with the Authorities Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).


Within is a collection of 20 sculptures varying in size, created for the relaunch of the Lock up as response to Ash Island and its occupants in the exhibition “Ash Island and its Transformations”.


In December 2012, 80 Lake Macquarie City Council Library employees participated in cultural capacity training facilitated by Speaking in Colour. Sessions were held at both Swansea and Toronto.


Over the past four years Cherie Johnson has been working closley with a number of elders and various groups—learning and teaching the process of making traditional possum skin cloaks.

 

On Reflection is the memoir of six friends through their diverse lives, their shared experiences of love, laughter and tears. This beautiful journey I have been blessed to be a part of at Milabah the Community Centre in Windale PS.

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