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Glenn Loughrey, You Yangs To the Bay – Always Was Always Will be Wathurong

During the lockdowns, St Paul’s Cathedral has been collaborating with First Nations Artist and Anglican Priest, the Revd Glenn Loughrey, in designing a permanent reminder of the Country on which we work and worship, the traditional lands of the Kulin nation.
 
Glenn has created two stunning artworks. You Yangs To the Bay – Always Was Always Will be Wathurong (above) depicting Port Philip Bay and the You Yangs. Naarm – Always Was Always Will Be Kulin (below) depicting the Yarra river and Yarra ranges. A magnificent set of large scale maps of the region on which our Diocese ministers as seen through the eyes of a First Nation painter.
 
These works are going to be exhibited to the public from Saturday, 19 June at the Hearth Galleries in Healesville.


Glenn Loughrey, Naarm – Always Was Always Will Be Kulin

We would like to secure these paintings for the Cathedral, place a red dot on them as they go on show, and mark them as sold.

For that we need your help!

A member of Chapter has just contributed $6,000. A congregant and I have just contributed $1,000 each to the campaign. I would be thrilled if you were thinking of making a donation as well.

Dean Andreas Loewe

Any donations over $2 are tax deductible (it is the end of the financial year soon!) Were you to wish to make a donation, you can do so online: www.melbourneanglican.org.au/maf-donation-page/

Select Melbourne Anglican Cultural Organisation from the dropdown menu, and then St Paul’s Cathedral First Nations Art in the next, to make sure the money comes to the right cause. 

ⓘ In line with current lockdown in Victoria, the Cathedral is closed. Worship continues online. Read More
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