CHILDREN'S GROUND TEE
Nagnata has joined Children’s Ground, a bold not-for-profit, to support First Nations-led education and the arts in the remote community of Marlkawo in West Arnhem Land.
Children’s Ground is led by Aboriginal communities who are creating a new future for children; a future filled with promise, hope and empowerment. Nagnata has chosen to work alongside Children's Ground as we share their deep-rooted commitment to making lasting change.
The project is entitled ‘Everything Comes From Country’. 100% proceeds from this ART + Activism tee will go towards education and art supplies with the long-term goal of building a dedicated art space designed to facilitate community-led cultural art projects in Marlkawo.
The launch artwork has been designed in collaboration with artist Keisha Leon, Waanyi and Kalkadoon woman and founder of Leon Designs - a First Nations owned and operated creative studio.
Read more about the project here.
Mason wears Size Small
Pierce wears Size Large
Made with 100% certified organic cotton
Designed in Australia. Made in China.
- Jersey light-weight knit
- Front and back water-based prints
- Artwork designed in collaboration with Keisha Leon
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