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Aunty Joyce Watson, Judy Watson and Rani Carmichael


Aunty Joyce Watson, her daughter Judy Watson and grand-daughter Rani Carmichael are descendants of the Waanyi people of North West Queensland. Aunty Joyce and Judy are both practising visual artists, working across a range of mediums including print making. Judy is an internationally renowned visual artist, through her practice she explores and reflects a strong connection to land, culture and histories of Aboriginal people.

Aunty Joyce, Judy and Rani’s story celebrates family and pays tribute to their maternal connection. Together, they share how stories have been handed down through generations, inspiring their artworks for the Brisbane Community Cloak.

Digital story with Aunty Joyce Watson, Judy Watson and Rani Carmichael
A part of Art of the Skins exhibition.
Location: Annerley, Qld, 2016

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