The Blak Markets is a combination of stalls curated by Digi Youth Arts and Blak Lash that feature goods produced by First Nations peoples.
The stalls include:
Bush Medjina uses knowledge passed down from their mother, grandmothers, aunties and elders to harvest natural bush produce on country to create a range of body products. Their products include soaps, balms, body butter and clay.
Haus of Dizzy:
Haus Of Dizzy’s motto is “Life is too short to wear boring jewelry”. Created by Kristy Dickinson, Haus Of Dizzy jewelry is full of life, vibrancy and female empowerment. Her products range from earrings which can be custom made, necklaces, bracelets, pins and brooches and jewelry stands
Kakadu Tiny Tots:
Kakadu Tiny Tots is a wholly Australian owned company that creates authentic aboriginal clothing, accessories and artwork. All of their designs originate and are uniquely handcrafted in remote indigenous communities in the Northern Territory of Australia. Their products range from baby clothing to organic teas.
Delvene Cockatoo-Collins lives and works on Minjerribah with her family. Made on Minjerribah is the retail label created by Delvene Cockatoo-Collins. The range of products include cushion covers, tea towels, ceramic whales, jewelry, wall hangings, weavings and cards.