Street Art Mural

Bondi Street Art Mural on Social Justice for Indigenous Australians at Chapel by the Sea Bondi Beach

The Chapel By The Sea Bondi Beach is launching a significant Street Art Mural, celebrating Social Justice for Indigenous Australians. The mural recognises five leading figures in that struggle. That journey continues today with the campaign for the recognition of Indigenous people in the Constitution of Australia.

The artists Etienne Cohen and Paul Davis have been on a journey too!  Their collaboration has shown that with respect we can share, yarn and create together, we are reconciled to a brighter future for all Australians.

The launch is well timed as Australia Post will be bringing out a series of stamps for NAIDOC week also honouring “Indigenous Elders”.

This mural is the third in a series of social justice murals supported by Uniting Churches, the others being “I have a Dream” in King St Newtown and “The Peace Unity & Justice” murals in the Sydney city centre.

Further information:-

Victoria Phillips: events@chapelbythesea.org.au
John Queripel:   jqueripel@ucabondibeach.com.au

www.chapelbythesea/our-mural-launch

 

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