Aboriginal Art 2022 Mini
This calendar features artworks by Aboriginal artists participating in The Torch program in Victoria, Australia. The program provides art, cultural and art industry support for Indigenous men and women while they are in prison and after their release.
The aim is to reduce re-offending by helping participants find a new way forward. Participants express their culture through art and share it with the world. They gain economic benefits through artwork sales and licensing.
Artworks are sold via The Torch's online gallery. 100% of the artwork sale price goes to the artist.
Kent Morris is CEO at The Torch, working in collaboration with BrownTrout to produce 3 Aboriginal Art Calendars each year.
For further information on Kent Morris – artist and Barkindji man – please read a recent article published in The Age – https://www.theage.com.au/culture/art-and-design/artist-kent-morris-looked-for-his-ancestors-he-found-birds-20210811-p58hwj.html
The 178 x 178mm (178 x 356mm open) saddle stitched mini square format wall calendar comes shrink wrapped with a cardboard stiffener to decrease the risk of damage in transit when sending to friends and family. Drill hole included so you can hang the calendar on your wall.
Includes International, Australian and New Zealand Public Holidays and other important dates, School term dates for Australia and New Zealand, 2023 'At a Glance' dates and additional room for important notes and numbers at the back of the calendar. Each month displays mini datepads as reference to the previous and next months, southern hemisphere moon phases and image captions throughout. This is a 12 month calendar – January to December 2022.
Printed on 250gsm gloss art stock for cover and 150gsm gloss art stock for internal pages.
BrownTrout honours its commitment to sustainability by choosing FSC certified paper, soy and vegetable based inks and a digital workflow and to ensuring ethical trade manufacturing standards.
Dimensions: 178 x 178 mm