Aboriginal engagement and supporting the Aboriginal art movement
RJV has commissioned an incredible piece of artwork from Badimia Yamatji – Balladong Noongar artist Acacia Collard to support the launch of our Aboriginal engagement strategy.
The support of Aboriginal artwork across Australia plays an important role in preserving the language and culture of our First Nations people. The contemporary Aboriginal art movement has become a powerful source of reinforcing traditional knowledge and stories.
This artwork, specifically designed for RJV, represent our company’s values, culture, our past, present and future. It has been printed and installed at our head office and features on the cover of our Aboriginal engagement strategy which was launched on Tuesday.
By commissioning and displaying this piece in various formats, RJV is grateful to support the Aboriginal art movement and to play a small part in raising awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.
Through our dedicated engagement strategy, we look forward to working closely with Traditional Owner groups to improve Aboriginal participation across our operations.
Discover the full story of this unique artwork in our interactive web page.