Blak Douglas

Adam Douglas Hill was born in Blacktown (1970), Western Sydney to an Aboriginal Father / Australian Mother. Originally trained in illustration & photography, observing a family of artisans, became self – practiced in painting with a style influenced by the study of Graphic Design & devoutly politicised per social justice. Works collected by AAMU (Utrecht), NGA, NMM, Town Hall Collection, Taipei Museum & Regional Councils.

A classically trained Yidaki (Didgeridoo) player. Performances include- Festival of the Dreaming, Australian Idol final, The Deadlys, Rugby World Cup opening ceremony, ‘Requiem’ Peter Sculthorpe & Inter/national tours (Musica Viva) and Paul Jarman Projects.

Art Atrium Exhibition Opening – Blak Douglas & Chico Monks – Land Escape

Art Atrium Exhibition Opening – Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art