BFA (National Art School)
Gabriela is a graduate of the National Art School with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA). With knowledge in the arts and culture sector, Gabriela assists with research and writing for various projects. She has trained in editing and has assisted with the development of several key publications produced by the firm. Gabriela is the firm’s ICIP clearance officer, involving consultation and managing consents for large projects. Her role also includes social media and website administration.
Photo by Jamie James
Artwork: Bibi Barba, 'Terri - Butterfly Flowers Dreaming' (2020)
National State of the Environment Report (SoE): Research and ICIP clearances.
True Tracks: Respecting Indigenous knowledge and culture: ICIP clearances and drafting assistance.
Australian Museums and Galleries Association (AMaGA), 10-Year Indigenous Roadmap: research and drafting.
Australia Council for the Arts, Protocols for using First Nations Cultural and Intellectual Property: drafting case studies: case studies, consultation and drafting.
DoCA Arts8, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Protocols: Drafting assistance.
Research and writing assistance for various papers.
Gabriela grew up on Bidjigal and Gadigal country and has a deep appreciation for this place. She is passionate about seeing a thriving Indigenous arts and culture sector and supporting Indigenous creators. Gabriela maintains a creative practice of her own, most recently experimenting with jewellery. She is also interested in contemplative practices and living from the heart.