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MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS

Brad Hore Art has received a great deal of press coverage for their corporate and organisational artistic, community and cultural work. Read through the latest articles and mentions about Brad’s work below.

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A NEW IDENTITY FOR THE ASC

This artwork titled ‘Kinship’ was released on the 24th May 2023 for the Australian Sports Commission to form part of their new identity. Read on for more……

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REPRESENTATION HOME AND ABROAD

The Wambuyn Mulumun (‘The Kangaroo Coast’ in Dunghutti language) artwork was officially unveiled to the public on Sunday 4th April 2022 on Coolangatta Beach, during the final day of the 2022 Australian Beach Volleyball Championships, by two of Sydney’s 2000 Olympic Champion’s Kerri Pottharst and the artist, Brad Hore.

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BOXING AUSTRALIA’S ELITE TURN ARTISTS REPRESENT

Boxing Australia has unveiled new national team uniforms inspired by the Indigenous artwork of two former AIS boxers, Brad Hore and Paul Fleming, aiming to bind Australia’s boxing community even closer together.

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WINTER OLYMPIAN AND BOXING ARTIST

Monobob and Bobsleigh extraordinaire Bree Walker teamed up with 2 x Olympian Brad Hore to create First Nations inspired gloves to represent Australia at home on country and overseas.

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CONNECTION TO MY CULTURE: AN OLYMPIC INTERVIEW WITH BRAD HORE

For Reconciliation Week, the Olympics interviewed Brad on what culture means to him. On his endeavours to connect with his peoples and how he leads them into creating better health outcomes for themselves and future generations to come. Brad talks about going home to country being a healing experience and how mental health plays a part in our successes. Read more for Brad’s story….

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RECONNECTING DURING COVID AND RECONCILIATION WEEK

During Covid it a difficult to find ways to connect, the Olympics Unleashed program found ways to bridge this gap by still providing education and connection to culture through video. Read more about how identity in the younger generations can lead to more positive outcomes.

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HOW COMPANIES ARE CONTRIBUTING TO RECONCILIATION 

Tambla are leading the way on how Indigenous culture can be taught, celebrated and incorporated into business as part of reconciliation action plans nation wide. Read on for how Brad has combined culture, story and connection with business and community. 

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“IT’S HOW WE GIVE BACK”

In this interview Brad talks about how giving back to community is a part of his culture and time as a retired Indigenous Olympian. Brad’s spirit is connected to culture, whether it be home on Dunghutti Country or connecting through other countries and the Torres Strait Islands. Watch more for Brad’s interview with Channel 7. 

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THE WAMBUYN MULUMUN (‘THE KANGAROO COAST’ IN DUNGHUTTI LANGUAGE) 

The Wambuyn Mulumun (‘The Kangaroo Coast’ in Dunghutti language) design represents Australia with its rich colours of red ochre, green coastlines and beautiful rich sand.

The Australian Men’s Volleyroo’s will be showcasing Indigenous culture on the world stage connecting those who wear it back home to country. Read more about the reactions of the athletes when the new uniforms were released. 

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