Brenda L Croft

Brenda L Croft is from the Gurindji/Malngin/Mudburra peoples from the Victoria River region of the Northern Territory, and also Anglo-Australian/German/Irish/Chinese heritage. She has been involved in the Indigenous and broader contemporary arts and cultural sectors as an artist, arts administrator, curator, academic and consultant for over three decades. She is Associate Professor, Indigenous Art History and Curatorship at College of Arts & Social Sciences, ANU, and Adjunct Fellow, National Institute for Experimental Arts, UNSW Art & Design Australia.


Blackwoman my Grandmother my father’s Mother-Auntie-Mother my father’s Sisters my Aunties my Cousins my beautiful Black Sister-Cousins my pregnant at 13-14-15 Sister-Cousins placed in forced into brought down-not-up-in white white-honest-Christian homes-not-homes taken from separate from apart from their Blackwoman-Mothers and …

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