Festival Program

Free

Charlotte Allingham: The Power of the Image

Sat 7 Sep, 11.30am
The Wheeler Centre, Performance Space

Wiradjuri woman and illustrator Charlotte Allingham’s iconic artwork, Always Was, went viral on Australia Day 2018, becoming a symbol of the vocal uprising against national celebrations of the day. Allingham reflects on politicising her work with Tarneen Onus Williams.

Image: Charlotte Allingham

This session is free, no bookings are required. 

Duration

1 hour

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Session Artists

Charlotte Allingham is a 25 year old proud Wiradjuri woman from NSW. She currently lives in Naarm. Charlotte specialises in digital design and illustration.

Tarneen is Yigar Gunditjmara, Bindal, Yorta Yorta person who is a writer. Tarneen is a community organiser for Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance and currently works with women who have a lived experience of being imprisoned.

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