naidoc art

Naidoc Art Exhibition

Celebrate Naidoc Week with us and visit artwork created by local First Nations school students.

Running from 7 to 14 July, the exhibition brings together pieces that reflect the deep connections and traditions of First Nations cultures. Each artwork tells a story, weaving together elements of history, identity, and the students' personal interpretations of what NAIDOC Week means to them. The colours, patterns, and themes are a testament to the resilience and beauty of the First Nations peoples. This showcase, inspired by the cultural richness of Aunty Lee-Anne Clarke from the Kirrae Whurrong people, highlights the creativity and spirit of our youth.

Creekside K-9 College
Copperfield College
Derrimut Primary School
Cairnlea Primary School
Deer Park North Primary School
The Koorie Homework Club 
Taylors Lakes Secondary College
Sunshine Harvester Primary School
Sunshine North Primary School
Coburn Primary School

It’s a celebration of community, art, and culture that you won’t want to miss. Take a moment to immerse yourself in these powerful artworks these school holidays, let them guide you through a journey of reflection and appreciation for the rich heritage that NAIDOC Week honours. We look forward to welcoming you and sharing the incredible talent and spirit of our local students. Let’s come together to celebrate NAIDOC Week and the enduring legacy of the First Nations cultures.

Located in The Marketplace, right across from Old Man Pho, this event is an opportunity to experience the diverse and powerful expressions of our community’s heritage.

This event is proudly supported by Brimbank City Council and Victoria Department of Education, organisations committed to fostering cultural understanding and community engagement.



*This exhibition will be closed to the general public 2pm-3pm Monday 8 July for an exclusive event.