The Face Celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

The Face Exhibition, by photographer Sunny Brar, features Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who succeed in multiple areas, from justice to sports to film to community services. Here clockwise from top left: Bangarra Dance Theatre dancer Luke Currie-Richardson; lawyer Antoinette Braybrook, CEO of the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service; educator Clinton Pryor, who is walking across Australia to highlight justice issues for Aboriginal communities; and elder and human rights activist Jenny Munro, founder of the Redfern Tent Embassy.

Artworks: Sunny Brar. Photo: Zuleyka Zevallos.

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