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AFL Sir Doug Nicholls Road 2019/2020

Aboriginal artist Rheanna Lotter has designed the specially made Sherrin footballs that will feature in the Sir Doug Nicholls Indigenous Round. The round begins with the Marngrook match between Sydney and Collingwood at the SCG on Friday. It will be followed by the showpiece game of the round, the Dreamtime match at the MCG between Richmond and Essendon on Saturday. Lotter, a Yuin Nation woman, said her design shares the story of the sport being a uniting force. “This design shares the story of all AFL teams connecting with each other, their fans and the local community,” she said. “Showing the pathway from grassroots footy to the AFL, so young boys and girls can follow their dream to becoming a...

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Australian Paralympic Uniform 2020

In celebration of NAIDOC week, Paralympics Australia is proud to unveil the Indigenous design which will feature on the 2020 Australian Paralympic Team uniform. The artwork by Indigenous artist Rheanna Lotter will be intertwined with the Tokyo 2020 uniform and has been designed specifically for the Australian Paralympic Team to give every member a sense of purpose as they compete for our nation. Chef de Mission of the 2020 Australian Paralympic Team Kate McLoughlin said it was a proud moment when the 2016 Team wore an Indigenous pattern on their uniform and the 2020 edition will bring added significance and meaning. The artwork is made up of eight circles to reflect Australia’s eight States and Territories, where athletes have begun...

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Specsavers Limited Edition 2020

Give the Gift of Sight Limited edition glasses by contemporary Aboriginal Artist Rheanna Lotter to raise funds to help end avoidable blindness for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities As part of their mutual goal to close the gap in eye health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia, Specsavers and The Fred Hollows Foundation have again joined forces to launch two limited edition frames, this time featuring the artwork of contemporary Aboriginal artist Rheanna Lotter. Rheanna is a proud Yuin nation woman and her business Ngandabaa is where she creates and sells her artwork. With $25 from each pair of glasses sold donated to The Foundation, each purchase ensures that more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples...

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