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Mia Lovelock is a multi-disciplinary artist, passionate about merging different artforms. Her creative journey has been deeply influenced by her upbringing in Arnhem Land and Papua New Guinea, and her indigenous heritage to the Yuin and Kulin Nations. With her connection to the salt waters and the fresh waters, Mia's artforms showcase a remarkable blend of traditional elements and modern inspirations, resulting in captivating pieces that truly reflect her unique style and creativity.

Mia actively exhibits her artworks in solo and group exhibitions, and is always looking for new ways to express, explore and collaborate. In a notable collaboration titled "Deadly Doors," she worked with fellow First Nations artists to create a powerful artwork, now a permanent fixture at The EORA Centre in Redfern. 

Mia also crafts one-of-a-kind garments embracing the slow fashion culture, using recycled cotton fabric that she then hand paints with her earth pigments. These fabric lengths are artworks in themselves that she then cuts, sews and transforms them into ‘wearable art’. Her creative designs have been featured in esteemed USA publications, including Elegant Magazine, SALYSE, and Prolific.

In 2022, Mia was selected as an Artist in Residence for the Red Rattler Future Communities arts program, where she showcased her interdisciplinary skills by presenting her music, art, and fashion in an innovative performance featuring live painting, models, and dancers. Other live performances have included NAIDOC in the city - Hyde Park, Blackout in Western Sydney alongside other Indigenous acts including BARKAA and the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence for Koori Radio and Blaq. 

Lovelock’s music is a blend of Folk, Alt-Country and Electronic, and her songs have been well received by audiences and critics alike, earning her a spot on popular playlists by both Spotify and Apple Music including Deadly Beats, Fresh Finds and FIRST. She was selected as the cover artist for Spotify's Original Storytellers playlist and her music has also been featured on Triple J, Australia's national radio network.

Though Mia's talents extend beyond visual art, with achievements in fashion and music, her visual art practice remains at the core of her creative identity. Through her captivating works of art, she weaves a narrative that celebrates her indigenous roots, embraces sustainability, and shares her passion for self-expression and the environment with the world.

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