Magpie Goose creates new economic + creative opportunities for Aboriginal people around Australia; and provides a platform for people to connect, celebrate and learn from Aboriginal people, culture and stories.
Measurable impact we have collectively created since the first collection in 2016:
- over $371,000 licensing payments to artists and art centres;
- designs from 51 artists featured
- $30,000 for Aboriginal business people, models, creators, photographers; through procurement, additional licensing opportunities, modelling, marketing, earring workshops etc.
The more difficult-to-measure impact is the stories from grateful customers who love connecting with Aboriginal stories, culture and art (often for the first time); and feel proud and powerful wearing and celebrating unique Australian stories. Thanks for being part of it all!
Magpie Goose is a member of the Indigenous Art Code
This means we are committed to fair and ethical trade with Aboriginal artists, and transparency in the promotion and sale of artwork.
We acknowledge the Jawoyn, Dagoman, Wardaman and Larrakia people as the traditional owners of the lands upon which Magpie Goose was founded.
We acknowledge and pay our deep respects to all the Aboriginal people we work and collaborate with, and whose land we travel through and work on - Garrwa, Yanyuwa, Alawa, Milwarapra, Yolngu, Kunwinjku, Tiwi, Kardu Yek Diminin, Wunambal Gaambera, Kwini, Guugu Yimithirr, Yuin, Duderoa, Gadigal. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.