Students were encouraged to learn about nationally recognised Wiradjuri artists, as well as given opportunities to engage locally with Wiradjuri arts, language & culture.
Some of the works in the exhibition were the result of a workshop with local Wiradjuri artists Uncle Allan Murray and Brendon Kennedy. Students created bark huts, weaving, and drawings inspired by the artists.
Nguram-bang students also explored the works of Lorraine Connelly-Northey, Jonathan Jones and Tommy McRae, as they explored the MAMA collection and the Home education resource. Students enjoyed a virtual tour of The Art Gallery of NSW and participated in a virtual workshop with Jonathan Jones. Wiradjuri language lessons were also held as part of the program, led by Ruth Davys and Dr Pettina Love.