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Border Trim | Sunrise over Country | Classroom Notice Board Trim


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The perfect decorative accessory for teachers and educators looking to add some First Nations artwork to their classroom or learning environment. This beautifully designed border trim features a stunning sunrise-inspired design that is sure to capture the attention of students and visitors alike. Crafted from high-quality materials, the Sunrise over Country Border Trim is both durable and long-lasting, making it ideal for use in high-traffic areas. This versatile border trim can be used to decorate bulletin boards, windows, doors, and more, allowing educators to add a touch of creativity and personality to their learning space.   Specifications
  • 10 meters in length
  • 7.6 cm in height
  • 200 GSM paper roll
Design Each morning, the new day is greeted with the Sun, its rays spread out over Country giving life and light.  We are spiritually and culturally connected to our Country. It is interconnected in our identity, culture, family and heritage. Country is our mother, it gives us our identify and our place of belonging. Artist Russell Yilamara Brown is a proud Garawa and Mara man from South-East Arnhem Land, NT. Russell currently lives and works on Bundjalung Country, NSW.  He is a skilled painter, sculptor and digital artist that has refined his traditional style and has developed a contemporary representation.

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Weight .500 kg

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We acknowledge and pay our respects to the people of the Bundjalung Nation, the Traditional Custodians of the beautiful land and waterways on which we live and work.

Always was. Always will be Aboriginal land.