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|Proudly 100% Aboriginal owned and managed|
What we do
We believe everyone has a unique and compelling story to tell. We share the stories of organisations and individuals in visually captivating and tactile ways.
Ochre Dawn’s innovative promotional products are sourced directly from local and overseas manufacturers, ensuring that we provide quality and budget-friendly merchandise for community events or corporate gifts. We specialise in custom t-shirts, lapel pins, lanyards, wristbands and more.
Ochre Dawn also offers graphic design and printing services for flyers, business cards, annual reports and reconciliation action plans.
We love collaborating with local community groups and artists, to produce custom-designed, authentic Aboriginal artwork for commercial purposes.
Ochre Dawn Creative Industries trades ethically and responsibly with Indigenous and multicultural artists.
We subscribe to the Indigenous Art Code as a Dealer Member.
Cultural Awareness Workshop:
Wed 28th Oct 2020, 9:30 am – 11:30 am ACDT
Thu 12th Nov 2020, 9:30 am – 11:30 am ACDT
Does your organisation have a Reconciliation Action Plan? Are you keen to increase your knowledge of cultural sensitivities and protocols for your own professional or personal development?
How to recite an Acknowledgement of Country in Kaurna language:
Tue 27th Oct 2020, 9:30 am – 11:30 am ACDT
While a traditional “Welcome to Country” is carried out by an Aboriginal person, an “Acknowledgement of Country” can be undertaken by non-Aboriginal people. Its purpose is to publicly recognise the local Aboriginal people as the Traditional Owner and Custodians of the land on which you are meeting.
SBS News Story – Fake Art:
Thank you to SBS for sharing our business story regarding advocacy for the rights of First Nations artists, amid a broader crack down on the sale of ‘fake’ Aboriginal-style souvenirs.
Adelaide Thunderbirds Indigenous Round Dress 2019
We were immensely proud to collaborate with Aṉangu artist, Elizabeth Close (Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara) in the design the 2019 Indigenous Round Dress for the Adelaide Thunderbirds netball team.