Employment Strategy for Indigenous Australians artwork We acknowledge and thank Ms Angelina Parfitt for her permission to use the artwork in our ESIA promotional materials. Ms Parfitt is a Flinders University Bachelor of Education graduate from Santa Teresa in the Northern Territory. The original artwork is located in the School of Education Office.

The story behind the artwork

The circle in the middle represents a place, institution, school or centre where people come together to meet.

The four lines from the corners to the centre represent the tracks from where the people are coming to the centre and the people going to the centre.

The footprints going to each corner represent the tracks of an individual making its way to the centre.

On the top and bottom are oval-shaped circles which show bush foods that can be found in Central Australia.

The two circles on both the left and right of the picture also represent a circle where Aboriginal people come together in a meeting place.