Non-Executive Director / Aboriginal Art Centre Hub of WA
Loreen Samson's language group is Ngarluma and she was born in Roebourne where she still lives today. Ms Samson is a respected artist who is passionate about connecting with, and teaching, the younger generations in her community. In her art, she paints about social justice, mining, and what is happening around her that hurts her. She paints the colours of the land, the trains that go by night and day, the thoughts she has of her heritage, and the stories of her ancestors. Ms Samson is a multiple Cossack Art Award winner (Best Pilbara Indigenous Artist) and her paintings are held in the Australian National Museum, Canberra and Berndt Museum, UWA collections.