Commitment to First Nations
Carclew, or Tutu Karralikanungku (Looking Out From Above) is situated on Kaurna land.
Carclew aims to embed Reconciliation into all that we do, which is expressed in our stretch Reconciliation Action Plan.
We also acknowledge the significance and importance of the Uluru Statement from the Heart; a powerful and unique statement of consensus from the many First Nations delegates at the Referendum Convention at Uluru on 26 May 2017. We pledge our support for the recognition of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Australian Constitution.
“I’ve always admired Carclew’s enthusiastic approach for the arts; their community involvement, their arts and a place for youth involvement. A plus for me, their Aboriginal engagement. Community needs an organisation like Carclew, which is why I will always be a supporter of Carclew.”
– Dr Lewis Yerloburka O’Brien, AO, FUniSA and Carclew Patron
Carclew’s programming commitment extends to programs including:
- Aboriginal Artists in Schools – Teaching through creation stories
- Tjitjiku Tjukurpa – The Children’s Dreaming Project
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fellowship
Banner image: Place for Reconciliation – Artwork by Anna Dowling