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Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan

Tutt Bryant is thankful for the completion of our first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), which has now been officially endorsed by Reconciliation Australia.

We have chose the Reflect format to scope our and begin our reconciliation journey. Reconciliation goes to the heart of our values and beliefs, where everyone is expected to be treated with respect, dignity and fairness. All of us live, work and conduct our daily activities on the land, sea and waterways of the oldest continuing living cultures in the world – this must be acknowledged and celebrated.

Making an effort to understand the customs, traditions and cultural practices of Traditional Owners is an important step towards bring people together.

The goals we have set for the next twelve months is a stepping stone to furthering our position within the First Nations Community and support we can achieve along the way. Whilst our journey is only at the beginning, our staff are committed to being a part of change and are committed to all stages of the process whilst developing meaningful and important relationships with First Nations people.

 

RAP Artist and Artwork

Alice Guiness – Yinjibarndi Elder, Alice Guiness has been painting for many years. She began painting in 2003 at the Warawarni-gu Healing Art Centre in Roebourne when Lorraine Coppin was Chairperson. Alice is widely known for her artworks created with two key themes: Her paintings of Bajila Seeds, and her concentric rainbow coloured Burndud Dance Circles are often marked by her distinctive painted signature, Alice.

Each of Alice’s paintings of Bajila show the open Bajila pods of this colourful fruit. The Bajila, also known as the caper bush in a native Australian plant and can be found in the Pilbara. It is known as a good source of bush tucker, bush medicine and food for emus. She paints them with pleasure; pleasure in the rhythm and flow of her hand and the brush on canvas, and her deep understanding of colour.

 

Download Tutt Bryant’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan to learn more about our RAP journey.

 

For public enquires about our RAP, contact: 

Paul Roberts
Executive Manager – Corporate
(02) 9646 6000
paul.roberts@tuttbryant.com.au

 

© Alice Guiness, Seedpods 2022
Juluwarlu Art Group
Photo Credit (Alice’s portrait): Claire Martin

 

Download Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan

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