Rhonda Collard-Spratt

Rhonda Collard-Spratt is a Yamatji and Noongar visual artist, dancer, singer-songwriter, art teacher, and poet from Carnarvon, Western Australia. She has a Bachelor of Contemporary Indige- nous Art from Griffith University. As an Elder, Rhonda conducts Aboriginal cultural workshops, and has worked in prisons with young women around suicide prevention and helping them re- connect with their Aboriginality. As a representative of the Stolen Generations, Rhonda officiates at National Sorry Day events.

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