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Pathways Program for Indigenous Fashion Designers

NOW ON

A stepping stone into the fashion industry.

Expressions of interest for the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation’s Indigenous Fashion Projects (IFP) Pathway Program are now open. The IFP has partnered with retailer David Jones to facilitate support for First Nations designers across all stages of the development of a fashion label.

Through a series of workshops and mentorships, this event provides an opportunity for industry experts to share their expertise and nurture the growth of Indigenous businesses.

The program also aims to promote Indigenous talent in the industry, as there is “much to learn from Indigenous designers, who are grounded in over 60,000 years of heritage”.

If you are of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage, you can find an expression of interest form here.

THE DETAILS

Indigenous Fashion Projects

ONLINE

ifp.org.au

2021-01-26 00:00:00 2021-01-26 23:59:59 Australia/Melbourne Pathways Program for Indigenous Fashion Designers

Expressions of interest for the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation’s Indigenous Fashion Projects (IFP) Pathway Program are now open. The IFP has partnered with retailer David Jones to facilitate support for First Nations designers across all stages of the development of a fashion label.

Through a series of workshops and mentorships, this event provides an opportunity for industry experts to share their expertise and nurture the growth of Indigenous businesses.

The program also aims to promote Indigenous talent in the industry, as there is “much to learn from Indigenous designers, who are grounded in over 60,000 years of heritage”.

If you are of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage, you can find an expression of interest form here.

Fashion Journal gkib0001@student.monash.edu
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