Using archival images, Madeleine Clear, co-founder of Tiwi Design, reminisces about the early years of Tiwi Design, where she worked closely with artists in the late 1960s. From humble beginnings as a printmaking workshop, it went on to gain national and international recognition as one of the earliest and most successful Aboriginal art projects in Australia. The Tiwi Design art centre continues to produce unique and beautiful work specialising in printed fabrics. This talk was recorded on Saturday 28 October 2pm at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery. Artwork featured: Timothy Cook, Kulama, 2015, ochre on linen, Museum of Contemporary Art commission. Courtesy the artist and Jilamara Arts and Crafts Association ©Timothy Cook/Licensed by Viscopy 2017.