Aboriginal art-inspired Wicked Campers (thanks to Music Outback Foundation)

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 14.11.09

The Music Outback Foundation uses music and arts based programs to help improve education outcomes on remote Indigenous communities. Their annual event Mobfest Tanami is a three day festival held at Ti Tree School in the Northern Territory, 200km north of Alice Springs.

At Mobfest, schools come together to share their achievements in music and songwriting, enjoying all sorts of workshops during the day, and performing on the main stage at night. This year Wicked Campers was happy to help out with the cause by loaning five campers for students to paint up with some very unique artwork! Even the Ti Tree Elders got involved and painted one of the vans with beautiful ceremonial designs. These vans are now back on the road travelling around the country so keep your eye out for them!

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