Reconciliation Week Street Banner Program
Thanks to the support and sponsorship of participating organisations, hundreds of Reconciliation Week banners in prominent locations across Western Australia fly proud and high each year 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.
The Reconciliation Week Street Banner Program offers a positive contribution towards reconciliation, increases the awareness of NRW throughout Western Australia and provides the opportunity for your organisation to acknowledge the significant place of Aboriginal people and Culture within our community.
2024 sponsorships are now open!
Your organisation can publicly demonstrate its commitment to reconciliation in 2024 by becoming a sponsor.
You can choose from sites right across Western Australia to suit your location or business operations, starting from $550. Your banner/s will feature your corporate logo and artwork from Western Australian Aboriginal artist Renita Brown Nungurrayi.
Bookings and payment close 10 March 2024 to allow for production, so get in fast to secure your site!
Mina Mina - Renita Brown Nungurrayi
About the 2024 Street Banner Artwork
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.
© Renita Brown Nungurrayi / Copyright Agency 2023 – Papunya Tjupi Art Centre Aboriginal Corporation