Wilson Parking and First Peoples' Health and Wellbeing Clinic work together on Indigenous Mural
Wilson Parking is proud to have worked together with First People's Health and Wellbeing Clinic (FPH&W) to create a vibrant indigenous mural along the wall of its car park.
The Wilson Parking 7 Station St Car Park sits above First People’s Health and Wellbeing Clinic (FPH&W), a dynamic Aboriginal community-controlled health service aiming to improve access to affordable primary health care in urban Melbourne.
As the car park needed an update, Wilson Parking and FPH&W decided to work together with local indigenous artist N'Dene to create a vibrant mural.
The artist N’Dene Riley is a well-known artist and active member of the community she is a Parrdarrama Pungenna and Six Rivers woman Palawa (Tasmania), an artist and Primary School Teacher combining both disciplines to engage children and adults in connecting with Aboriginal Cultural, Art and Education. The artwork portrays the connection to the land and sea.