Archibald Prize won by Blak Douglas for portrait of artist Karla Dickens

Dhungutti artist Blak Douglas (aka Adam Hill) has won the $100,000 Archibald Prize for his portrait of Wiradjuri artist Karla Dickens — the second Indigenous artist to win the prize in its 101 years, following Western Arrernte artist Vincent Namatjira in 2020.

ABC news Interview with Blak Douglas for the Archibald Prize 2022

Short and sweet interview with the ABC about Blak Douglas' Archibald Entry for 2022 of Karla Dickens. Work is title: Moby Dickens

Balmain Club celebrates 50 years and acknowledges their local indigenous culture

Blak Douglas: curating the 9pm Welcome to Country fireworks display

Blak Douglas Feat. Barkaa & Dobby | Sydney New Year's Eve 2021

‘You’re not made to feel like a beggar'

Australian Humanities Review Interview w Blak Douglas

2SER Breakfast Interview with 2021 Still Prize Winner Blak Douglas

Still 2021 Winner Announced: Silent Cop by Blak Douglas

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