2024 National Reconciliation Week Street Banner Program is now open!

Each year, thanks to the support of participating organisations, hundreds of street banners featuring an artwork by a West Australian Aboriginal artist fly proud and high across WA during National Reconciliation Week (27 May – 3 June).

We would like to invite you to sponsor the 2024 Reconciliation Week Street Banner Program, with street banner sponsorships starting at $550 (with a range of options available).
All bookings and payments close Sunday 10 March 2024, so get in fast to secure your site!

In 2024 crucially, we are committed more than ever to stand in solidarity with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. National Reconciliation Week is an important time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving a more reconciled Australia.

We look forward to seeing your organisation’s continued commitment to creating an inclusive society for all Australians.

The National Reconciliation Week Street Banner Program is proudly supported by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries.

About the 2024 Street Banner artwork

© Renita Brown Nungurrayi / Copyright Agency 2023 – Papunya Tjupi Art Centre Aboriginal Corporation










This year we are proud to announce Renita Brown Nungurrayi as the featured artist on our 2024 Street Banners.

Renita is an emerging talent and an artist to watch. Renita creates intricate works with her own distinct mark making and style. She works  diligently and patiently on her paintings allowing movement to develop naturally, reminiscent of the Tali (Sandhills) around Papunya.

Renita has exhibited with Papunya Tjupi and Warlayirti Artists, she is an emerging artist on the rise. Renita’s mother, Flora Brown Nakamarra is also a distinguished painter and they often come in together and paint side by side.

Papunya Tjupi Art Centre Aboriginal Corporation – Renita Brown

Renita Brown Nungurrayi paints Mina Mina, a significant women’s Dreaming site, as passed down to her by her mother, Flora Brown Nakamarra who received it from her mother, and so on. Renita lives between Papunya in the Northern Territory with her father’s Luritja family and her Warlpiri mother, at Balgo in Western Australia where she visits her mother’s extended family for long stays and paints at Warlayirti Artists. The Mina Mina story Renita paints belongs to the Warlpiri side.