In celebration of NAIDOC Week 2017, OfficeMax announced their ongoing partnership with The Teter Mek Foundation with a rebrand of their arts and craft range to feature Indigenous art branded Teter Mek.
The Teter Mek Foundation champions programs for school children of all backgrounds in Australia to learn about and connect with their local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island community through stories and language within learning materials. The Teter Mek range will comprise of more than 70 products for arts and crafts featuring contemporary Indigenous art.
Paul Munkley, Director, Sales and Marketing at OfficeMax, says the project focuses on enhancing awareness about Indigenous heritage and providing greater education into schools across both private and public sectors.
“We’re also working with The Teter Mek Foundation founder, Jasmin Herro and schools across the country to develop lesson plans for teachers that will provide them with much needed resources to support indigenous education and storytelling, incorporating them in to curriculums,” Munkley said.