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Cultural Ceremony NAIDOC 2024 Black Cotton Canvas Tote Bag

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Our NAIDOC Week Digital collection features four talented digital artists reflecting on and responding to this year's theme Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud. Each artist’s unique vision is a testament to the diversity of ways we celebrate Culture, Identity and Knowledge. 

Printed by our team right here in Meanjin, we are proud to support local jobs and training and to keep as much of our production as possible on shore. This bag is perfect for carrying everything you need for as long as you need it. Whether you're heading to the beach or running errands, this bag will do it all. Features sturdy cotton construction and long handles.

“This year's theme celebrates the unyielding spirit of our communities and invites all to stand in solidarity, amplifying the voices that have long been silenced. The fire represents the enduring strength and vitality of Indigenous cultures, passed down through generations despite the challenges faced.” - National NAIDOC Committee 2024

Product: Tote Bag
Washing: Cold machine wash with similar colours

Story: Cultural Ceremony
Artist: Caitlin Trindall



Cultural Ceremony

This piece is a depiction of a smoking ceremony. The fire and smoke in the centre have brought us all together, cleansing us and bringing in fresh energy and hope for the future. The footprints around the outside are our people coming together to celebrate in our cultural practices, and the gum leaves are there to represent what we burn for ceremony, as well as abundance and new life.

Caitlin Trindall

Gomeroi Woman

Caitlin Trindall, is the Gomeroi woman behind Mirii Art. Learn more