Press & Media
Norton Rose Fulbright Exhibition June 23 2016
Saretta is one of ten Artist selected nationally to exhibit at the Norton Rose Fulbright Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art & Music exhibition held tonight in Sydney.
Leading into NAIDOC celebrations, Saretta’s artworks will hang beside those of her younger brother Damian Smith, former principal of the San Francisco Ballet and world renowned dancer, who was also one of the standout artist selected for this wonderful opportunity.
The talented siblings exhibited together for the first time in their home town of Toronto at Ninkinpa Gallery, on Friday 10 June with the story covered by ABC radio and television. In Australia for another week before returning to the States, Smith flew into the country last month to dance with the Australian Ballets production ‘Symphony in C’ at the Sydney Opera House.
In May, on 1233 Mornings Jill invited Hunter siblings Saretta Fielding and Damien Smith to share the latest news in their creative journeys. Saretta has taken out a major design award and Damien is moving on after 16 years as Principle dancer with the San Francisco Ballet. Where next for this creative Indigenous family?
To listen to the interview please click here
Rhinos stampede Opera House January 31 2014
The Sydney Opera House was subjected to a stampede of 17 very colourful life-size sculptures of endangered Black Rhinos on Friday morning.
The sculptures form part of Taronga Zoo's herd of 125 Rhinos decorated by leading artists and designers including Ken Done and Camilla Frank, and NSW school students.
The installation of the whole herd on the Taronga Wild! Rhino trail will wind its way throughout Sydney, through regional NSW, and finishing at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo from February 2 until April 28.
See full story and slideshow on www.abc.net.au