TEACHING & LEARNING PARTY DRESS | Jardine
TEACHING & LEARNING PARTY DRESS | Jardine
TEACHING & LEARNING PARTY DRESS | Jardine
TEACHING & LEARNING PARTY DRESS | Jardine
TEACHING & LEARNING PARTY DRESS | Jardine
TEACHING & LEARNING PARTY DRESS | Jardine
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TEACHING & LEARNING PARTY DRESS | Jardine

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Print: Teaching and Learning by Jean Barr Crombie.

TOGETHER WE: learn, share, care and teach by telling our stories.

Telling Our Stories Connects Family Together

Our connection together we learn, share, care and teach by telling our stories of where we belong and our land so others can learn.

100% cotton

Designed in Australia

Made in Australia

Fun and floaty, the Teaching and Learning party dress features a square neckline and fitted waist band with a gathered skirt that falls just above the knee. Full sleeves are elasticated at the cuff and there is a centre back zip. Style with our coordinating necklaces and bracelets.

Care: Cold gentle machine wash, line dry in shade.

About the Artist: Jean Barr Crombie (Aulpunda)

Jean’s art tracks her journey through country as she weaves the old stories with colours of the land in a unique spirit of discovery. She finds beauty in the gnarled tree, and love in the sand against bare feet, a love for country that brings colour and life to her paintings. 

For Aulpunda (Jean), a Wangkangurru/Yarluyandi woman, her works are inspired by knowing who she is and where she belongs, explored in her artistic journey. Through deep listening to the spirit of the land, a spirit that beats in her blood, Jean comes to her art as learner and teacher, bearing the gifts of an ancient culture to share with family, children and grandchildren, and those not yet born.