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First Nations artists, photographers and creators to support on Canva.


 

Today, I would like to acknowledge the Dharug people as the Traditional Owners of the beautiful land I am standing on today. From the mountains to the river, I open my heart and my eyes as I walk this land, listening, learning and caring for Country. I want to extend this respect to Elders; past, present and emerging and to all First Nations peoples reading this post today. We are all remembered here.

 

Just so you know, this post does contain sponsored content through the use of affiliate links, my proud partnerships and my own products and resources and I want to thank each of you for continuing to use my affiliate links to support the work I do. As you know, each blog post is based on my own experiences, opinions, and what I have been taught, and does not represent all First Nations peoples or Communities. Please remember that, connecting with your local First Nations Community is always the most respectful way for you to embed First Nations content specific to your area.

 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, photographers and creators on Canva

As you know, Canva is my go to teaching resource. It's where I create all of my templates, collaborate, stay organised and well... teach!


So when Canva began collaborating with some of my favourite First Nations artists and illustrators, you cannot imagine just how excited I was to begin creating!


It was like my two favourite worlds of teaching came together to create a special place, where I could create and celebrate our culture in ways like never before!


Now, so many of you have been asking...


Which First Nations artists and creators are on Canva?


and...


How can I find them?


Well, today in this blog post all of these questions will be answered. Plus, I will share all of the links you need to be able to find and use these Canva elements in respectful and meaningful ways. Please remember that this is an ever-growing topic and as new First Nations artists, photographers and creators are added to Canva I will update you in this blog post.


Alright then, let's go!


Please note, that before we begin, I would like to refer you to this Canva post as a point of reference. As you know, it is important to follow specific First Nations guidelines and procedures to ensure you are using each of the First Nations artwork in the way that the artist has intended it to be used. As a guide, Canva has included an outline on how to respectfully use the First Nations artwork, elements, and motifs in your Canva designs, so please read this post for further guidance and clarification in this area.


Alright, now let's dive into our first First Nations artist!


 

Bigi Nagala


Bibi Nagala artwork on Canva
Bigi Nagala artwork on Canva

Bigi Nagala artwork on Canva

 


Kimberly Engwicht


Kimberly Engwicht artwork on Canva


 


Maggie Jean Douglas


Maggie Jean Douglas artwork on Canva

 


Jade Goodwin


Jade Goodwin artwork on Canva

 


Mardijbalina


Mardijbaliina artwork on Canva

Mardijbalina artwork on Canva

Mardijbalina artwork on Canva

 


Cortney Glass


Cortney Glass artwork on Canva


 


Katie Bugden


Katie Budgen artwork on Canva


 


Desirai Saunders


Desirai Saunders artwork on Canva

 


Emma Beukers


Emma Beukers artwork on Canva


 


Bobbi Lockyer


Bobbi Lockyer photographs on Canva

 


Marley Morgan




 


Wayila Creative


Wayila Creative photographs on Canva

 


Travis De Vries


Travis De Vries videos on Canva

 


Wayne Quilliam


Wayne Quilliam photographs on Canva
 


Gordon Landsden Millyindirri


Gordon Landsden Millyindirri Balarinji artwork on Canva

 


Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa


Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa Balarinji artwork on Canva

 


Isaiah Nagurrgurrba


Isaiah Nagurrgurrba Balarinji artwork on Canva

 

Plus, did you know you can also follow me on Canva too? I know right!!! To follow me just head over to


Miss Gibbs


Miss Gibbs Canva Profile

Thank you


Thank you so much for spending your time with me today. I hope you have found some First Nations creators to follow over on Canva and begin creating in Canva.


I know how valuable your is so please know how very thankful I am that you are here with me and have chosen to spend it with me today.


So which artist have you used in your designs or which ones are you planning to use next. Share with us in the comments, I would love to know!


And don't forget, if you are looking for First Nations teacher templates then you will adore the Teacher Template Club so be sure to join to get exclusive access to all of the templates available in there.


Did you know...

to keep up to date with all of my newest teacher templates and blog posts, don't forget to join my Community Email List, it is completely free and you will receive all of my free teacher templates straight to your email inbox of your choosing.


and...


If for some crazy reason you do not have a Canva account, use this link to grab yourself a free trial of Canva Pro. It is my #1 go to teacher tool and it should be yours too if you haven't tried it already.


Thank you so, so much for sharing your time with me today and I look forward to seeing you soon!


Happy creating and I hope you have a wonderful week wherever you are in this beautiful world!


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