Sponsorship deadline extended for Reconciliation Week Street Banner Program

We’ve extended the deadline for Reconciliation Week Banner sponsorships to Friday March 10!

This is your last week to talk to your employer, and get your organisation involved in the 2023 Reconciliation Week Banner Program.

In the most important year for the reconciliation movement in two decades, now is the time to celebrate and support the significant place of Aboriginal people and culture within our community.

Banner locations are still available across the state, including in Kalgoorlie, Manjimup, Harvey, and the Perth Metro Area. You will be joining other large corporations, small businesses, government departments, grass roots community groups and a raft of others in your support of the reconciliation movement.

Book now to participate in the 2023 Reconciliation Week Street Banner Program!


Reconciliation Week Street Banner Program

Each year, thanks to the support and sponsorship of participating organisations, hundreds of Reconciliation Week banners in prominent locations across Western Australia fly proud and high, featuring a chosen artwork by a Western Australian Aboriginal Artist.

National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is celebrated annually from 27 May to 3 June and is a 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.

With the support of a growing number of organisations and local governments the Reconciliation Week Street Banner Program offers a positive contribution towards reconciliation and provides the opportunity for your organisation to acknowledge the significant place of Aboriginal people and culture within our community.

Jartuti – Beverley Rogers

About the 2023 Street Banner Artwork

Jartuti water place east of Parnngurr. In pujiman (traditonal, desert dwelling) days old people walked and hunted there, we went there recently with KJ (Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa) ranger mob, lovely place.” – Beverley Rogers

Jartu is a water source located close to Parnngurr Aboriginal Community (otherwise known as Cotton Creek), and is part of Beverley’s father’s ngurra (home Country, camp). The site is near to the home of the jangara (cannibal devil), spiritual beings from the Jukurrpa (Dreaming) era.

Martumili Arists was established in late 2006 and supports Martu artsts in Kunawarritji, Punmu, Parnngurr, Jigalong, Warralong, Irrungadji (Nullagine) and Parnpajinya (Newman).
© Beverley Rogers/Copyright Agency, 2022 – Martumili Artists.