CETA is a digital arts engagement program of experimental labs with Aboriginal communities across the Orana Region. This project is inspired by contemporary arts practice, developed for cultural sustainability and driven by Aboriginal people. Our innovative process will work across art forms, disciplines, nature, technology and culture.
commenced July 2018
After a successful pilot program in Coonabarabran, working with local community and Aboriginal area Ukerbarley, Orana Arts are excited to announce the next leg of CETA in Wellington!
The Ceta team is joined by emerging videographer Justin Riley and visual artist Alan Riley, as we explore the landscape, history and connection of Wellington and its community; weaving these stories into educational and creative outcomes.
Over the past month the CETA team have been visiting local community groups and Elders, learning about the history of Wellington and the aspirations of the community.
visiting local Elders
local history research:
library local history section
Oxley Museum and Wellington Caves tour
site tour of The Common
These consultations will continue over the next month. Want to get involved?
Please contact ATSIA Programs Manager Paris Norton:
0409 245 020
Ideas that have been percolating are:
· Environmental arts
· Sharing Elders’ stories through podcasting
· Filming and showcasing cultural heritage and creativity
· Innovative ways of connecting communities to national collections
Outcomes and presentation of work — stay tuned!