We are proud to announce our catering partnership with Aboriginal Art Co.
Aboriginal Art Co’s greatest point of distinction is the quality of its art and products.
In a market absurdly characterised with fake or inauthentic Aboriginal ‘style’ art and craft products, they aim to advocate and promote authenticity and exceptional quality.
“The opportunity to have a fixed physical presence in Brisbane’s CBD gives Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists an unprecedented level of opportunity to share and promote their works.”
Proudly Aboriginal owned and operated by Troy Casey and Amanda Hayman, Aboriginal Art Co provides a platform to economically empower artists and businesses.
We are so excited to continue working on projects with this deadly duo!
Troy is a proud Aboriginal man from Kamilaroi country north-west New South Wales and Co-Founder of Blaklash Projects, a creative agency specialising in the curation of exhibitions, events and bespoke creative projects that showcase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices and perspectives.
With extensive community engagement experience spanning the government, not-for-profit and higher education sectors, he is passionate about harnessing economic development opportunities to create positive social change for First Nations Australians with a particular focus on contemporary art and the creative industries.
Amanda Hayman grew up in Logan city and has cultural connections to Kalkadoon and Wakka Wakka Country. She has a Bachelor of Arts with a major in contemporary art from Griffith University. Amanda has extensive experience in community engagement, exhibitions and events and previously occupied a managerial position in State Government.
We plan to offer a range of packages in collaboration with our unique dining and catering options.
Aboriginal Art Co.
89 Grey St, South Brisbane – Meeanjin