- 3 years ago
A career in the world of Indigenous art is a natural fit for Wardandi woman Clothilde Bullen, who has a number of acclaimed artists in her family.
For ten years she was the curator of Indigenous art at the Art Gallery of Western Australia ( AGWA) and her depth of understanding about the potential positive impact of art to communities is second to none.
That's compounded by being the daughter of two generations of Stolen Children.
After life-changing leadership development, this year Clo left the safety of full-time work to undertake study for a Masters and PhD with plans to clear the path for many other indigenous people to become curators.
Thanks Clo for sharing your story and your dreams.