Bridge Housing tenants, staff and community join together every two years to recognise the artistic achievements of tenants at the NAIDOC Week art exhibition.

Hosted at Projects 107 in Redfern, the exhibition features the work of tenant artists, including painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, jewellery, poetry, sculpture, bags and clothing.

Love Tru

It asks the questions: Who are community housing residents? What are our stories? The exhibition aims to bring people together, to learn and share our cultures to invite communities to engage with a difference.

We’ve got a diversity of talent within the Bridge Housing tenants. People who’ve shown they’ve got agency and resilience and great cultural practice.

We are seeing a re-emergence of an appreciation for a deep and complex history, pride in Aboriginal identity, the rediscovery of language, control over land, and both cultural and artistic practice. Congratulations to all our artists.

Photo: Aboriginal performance artist, poet and Bridge resident Love Tru