IartC acknowledges the Traditional Owners and custodians of Country throughout Australia. We recognise their continuing connection to the land, waters and skies, often expressed through art.

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Mrs Edgar

Whadjuk Noongar Country | Success WA

We create joyful planners for teachers in Australia.


Dylan Finney

Darkinjung Country | NSW

Dylan Finney is an Australian-born Artist and Graphic Designer currently living on Darkinjung Land. Whilst his Dad was born in England, he is a proud descendant of the Marra, Ngalakgan and Yanyuwa clans in Arnhem Land on his Mother’s side. When not exploring the local bushland he can be found in the studio drawing or painting. His art seeks to capture the feeling of a moment. People are typically the vehicle through which he explores identity and culture, often playing with form and perspective. Whilst he does occasionally paint with acrylic, working digitally lends his portraits, genre pieces, and murals a vibrancy that depicts the intensity of the subjective experience.


Tarisse King

Ngāti Kahungunu | HKB

I am a Gurindji/Waanyi First Nations woman and second generation Aboriginal artist. I am carrying on our traditional storytelling in art form, passed down by my father William Jungala King. I pay homage to the people who walked the land before me, inspired by my ancestors, culture, country and nature. I have created a legacy for my children as they are our future and keepers of culture. With over 19 years of experience as a professional artist, I am knowledgeable and passionate about what I do. Especially when it comes to authentic art and quality


Leiah Munnings

Australia | NSW

G’day my name is leiah munnings and I am a dedicated of the Randall,Aiken line.. I have always loved my arts weather it be painting taking photos of nature I love being outdoors with the wildlife it always gives me time to heal and wash my stresses away has a mum of 4 children myself I have always live in Quakers Hill and was born in Blacktown my family was also once grafted Blacktown but now we just have nurragingy reserve in Doonside.. I often go out there for some quiet time to create something while it be painting photos or just get ideas to make something special..


Sarah Booth

Peramangk | Mt Barker SA

I am proud Wambaya/ Warumungu woman with family ties Yuggera Country. I am the Director of Imbala Consultancy. Alice Springs (Mparntwe) & Peramangk Country in the Adelaide Hills is where I grew up. As a young girl I remember traveling around country and visiting remote communities and learning the deep connections we have within culture and the significance to how interconnected Aboriginal culture through country, waterways, music, art & dance. These teachings led myself and my 2 older brothers on a journey and In 2009 we ventured into opening Aboriginal Visual Art Gallery. This was a time in which picking up a paint brush to express my story and the journey of my life through my culture began. In sharing my stories through Aboriginal art in a contemporary way. My Artwork is influenced by travelling on country with my family which is depicted in my artworks through Acrylic paints. I predominantly use lines, dots and symbols to express my stories this is expressed through the different colours pallets used to tell the deep connection to country. The sense in knowing that no matter where I travel I hold connectedness to country, our elders and our ancestors is truely a honour.


Georgia Cromarty

Wurundjeri |

Georgia Anne is a proud Central and Eastern Arrernte woman and visual artist living in Naarm, on the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung peoples the Kulin Nations. Georgia is a painter, ceramicist and weaver - primarily working in sculpture. Georgia is interested in the space between art, design and craft and their changing roles in the contemporary art field.

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