Artist and designer Rachael Sarra on creativity, commercialisation and her advice to emerging artists.
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Host Alison Rice sits down with contemporary Aboriginal artist and designer, Rachael Sarra. Rachael opens up about navigating Instagram as both a young Indigenous woman and an artist, declining jobs that become unaligned, why we must take away visual outcomes and focus on our unique voice, overcoming fears about perception and why cultural protocols will always come before creation.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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