As many of our Glo Tribe know, our Soul Collection is decorated by the most beautiful work by indigenous artist Melanie Hava. These stunning candles have been a core and most beloved part of the Light & Glo range for a while now with our collection soon to be expanded.
With this comes the all exciting news that Light & Glo and the Soul Collection have been recognised and appointed with the Indigenous Art Code.The was developed in the first instance by the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) and then by the Australia Council for the Arts, who worked closely with an Industry Alliance Group made up of artists, Indigenous art centres, commercial art galleries, public art galleries, auction houses and visual arts peak bodies; including the Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists, Umi Arts, Ananguku Arts, Desart, Australian Commercial Galleries Association, NAVA and the Australian Indigenous Art Trade Association. It’s main focus relies on the focus of ethical trading between dealers and artists of indigenous artworks.
It is integral for us as a business for our customers to know that we work and are always striving to work in the most ethical and corporate social responsible way and being recognised as a dealer of the Indigenous Art Code means a lot to us and our business, not only for the opportunities it provides us but to show the world what we stand for as a business.
Australia in a Tin!
- by Admin Lightandglo
- 20 January, 2020
- 1 min read