Launch of new Aboriginal cultural identity

The Women’s and Children’s Health Network has launched its new Aboriginal Cultural Identity with corporate artwork from Adelaide KB Design Artist and Graphic Designer Karen Briggs.

Women’s and Children’s Health Network (WCHN) CEO, Lindsey Gough, said the artwork symbolises the Network’s strong partnerships and connections.

“This artwork represents who we are as a Network and is a visible representation of our commitment to creating meaningful gains in Aboriginal health and wellbeing,” Ms Gough said.

“It symbolises the services and programs offered across the Network as well as our strong connection with Aboriginal consumers and communities.

“This beautiful new branding ensures the cultural identity of Aboriginal consumers is well reflected across the Network.”

The artwork was created by artist and graphic designer Karen Briggs, a proud Yorta Yorta woman whose ancestral homeland sits at the junction of the Goulburn and Murray Rivers on the New South Wales and North East Victoria border.

WCHN Director of Aboriginal Health, Jackie Ah Kit, said the design will now be featured across the Network.

“The artwork identifies key services and programs across the WCHN and will be used for a range of materials including banners and facts sheets,” Ms Ah Kit said.

“It symbolises the communities and consumers that the WCHN connects with including babies, young people, children, mothers, fathers and elders.

“It also represents the connections between the Aboriginal Health Division, Youth and Women’s Safety, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, Child and Family Health Service, Aboriginal Liaison Unit and Aboriginal Family Birthing Program.”

Visit the Women’s and Children’s Health Network page for more information.