Artwork is valued at about $90,000 and proceeds from its sale will help fill service gap in Indigenous health crisis
An Aboriginal corporation has donated an Albert Namatjira painting to an Alice Springs clinic to help it pay nurses to deliver remote dialysis services.
The painting is valued at about $90,000 and the proceeds from its sale will help fill a health service gap in the Indigenous renal health crisis that governments have been slow to address. Continue reading...
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