We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

About our organisation

Twitter

We are excited to share this magnificent artwork! As part of our Reconciliation Action Plan, our talented friend Richard Allan has created this beautiful piece that reflects our inextricable connection with the Canberra community and the Ngunnawal land. Thank you Richard!

2

Load More...

Facebook

17 hours ago

Volunteering ACT
We are excited to share this magnificent artwork with all of you! As part of our Reconciliation Action Plan, our talented friend Richard Allan has created this beautiful piece that reflects the inextricable connection of VolunteeringACT with the Canberra community and the Ngunnawal land. Richard has explained his design: "Volunteers, just like bees, are all hard workers and all of them need to do their specific job to make the team run smoothly. The bee has been around for around 140 million years. Just as the world needs bees to thrive, so does Canberra need volunteers. They are both essential and make the world a more beautiful place". More about Richard Allan:Richard Clyde Allan Jr. is a Ngunnawal, Kamilaroi, Bundjalung artist who started Cultural work through his father’s business until he began his own business journey. His passion for his culture and his business has taken him to many places around Australia and internationally. Richard combined his skills, love and passion for IT, Culture, and art to create his own business, Traditional Core. Thanks Richard for sharing your talent and vision with us!! ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook