Blak Douglas

Born Adam Douglas Hill Blacktown (1970) Western Sydney to a Dhungatti Aboriginal Father and Caucasian Mother, Blak Douglas was trained in illustration & photography and became self–practiced in painting. Blak Douglas is also a classically trained Yidaki player performing nationally and internationally accompanying the likes of Albert David, Christine Anu, Gondwanna Voices, Paul Jarman, Jessica Mauboy, Jane Rutter, Music Viva and Peter Sculthorpe. Major events and performances have included Australian Idol, The Deadlys, The Rugby World Cup opening ceremony, and the welcome for Nelson Mandela. Blak Douglas’ works are in the collection of Australian Institute of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Studies, AAMU Utrecht-Holland, Artbank, Art Gallery of NSW, Blacktown, Campbelltown, City of Sydney, Lane Cove & Liverpool Councils, National Gallery of Australia, National Museum of Australia, Newcastle University Art Gallery, NSW Parliament House Collection, QAGOMA, Sydney Grammar School, Taipei Museum, Town Hall Collection and University of Western Sydney.

Congratulations to Art Atrium artist Blak Douglas for winning the UNSW Art & Design Print Prize in the Paddington Art Prize 2019

Congratulations to Art Atrium artist Blak Douglas for being the Winner of Kilgour Prize 2019 at Newcastle Art Gallery.

Congratulations to Art Atrium Artist Blak Douglas Art Gallery of NSW Archibald Prize Finalist 2019

Art Atrium Artist in Conversation – Blak Douglas & Sharni Jones

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