Partnership with National Gallery of Australia to celebrate contemporary First Nations culture

Nicole Foreshew, study for work in progress, 2021, image courtesy and © the artist

ISPT and the National Gallery have announced a partnership for the fourth First Nations art triennial, Ceremony, an exhibition celebrating contemporary Indigenous culture. The Triennial is Australia’s first large scale recurring exhibition dedicated to contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and artists.

The partnership supports a national conversation with the ISPT communities across our commercial properties, enriching the vibrancy of workplace culture, building knowledge and learning capacity in an inclusive and dynamic way.

Letitia Hope, ISPT’s Workplace Partnership Manager, said: “In partnership with the National Gallery we will be leveraging a dynamic program of events, both onsite and online to showcase this exhibition to the ISPT community. We are focused on creating a sense of belonging and community and the arts are a wonderful platform to engage people with their passions and strengths to be their best.”

Ceremony is on display at the National Gallery, Canberra, from 6 November 2021 to 6 March 2022.

Watch the video announcement from the NGA here.