Ngaliinba Mariyang - Our Future
This vibrant and highly textured artwork reflects Their Futures Matter initiative and the invaluable role of the Aboriginal Co-design and Evidence team in Aboriginal community engagement.
Central to the work are three traditional people symbols reflective of the Their Futures Matter through the three-person imagery and corresponding colour palette reflective of needs-based support and program values.
Further people symbols facing outward toward community represents Their Future Matter partnerships.
Circling this imagery is a pathway that reflects the journey travelled by all stakeholders in working together to create strong partnerships between community, Aboriginal organisations and government.
Red gathering circles upon this path depict Aboriginal tribal groups across the NSW footprint, alongside all stakeholders, while the people symbol embracing a smaller symbol, and facing toward the central TFM imagery reflective of connection, hold a threefold meaning:
- nurturing of our children,
- supporting families towards better outcomes and
- embracing shared vision towards great futures for all.
Artwork Size: 1020 x 1020 mm
Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas and Graphic Design
Their Futures Matter is a landmark reform of the NSW Government to deliver improved outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and their families.