Celebrating the life of Tex Skuthorpe

NAPCAN is very saddened to hear of the passing of Tex Skuthorpe.

Tex’s art brought such beauty and meaning to the work of NAPCAN. He highlighted the incredible strengths of Indigenous culture, and gently reminded us that children are sacred and their wellbeing is the responsibility of everyone. Most importantly, he helped to unite us in celebrating and valuing all children in Australia.” – Dr Sue Packer AM, NAPCAN Vice President and 2019 Senior Australian of the Year.

Tex made a marvellous contribution to the wellbeing of children and the broader community.
– Rosemary Sinclair AO, NAPCAN Founder

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