THOROUGHLY INDIGENOUS artist and Mordy-certified victim Bindi Cole (pictured below) has an exhibition of her Aboriginal art at the University of Ballarat, possibly because the University of Grong Grong Matong was already booked.
In any case, as Bindi's art assures us constantly, social equity is a key element of Mordy-Litijus tribe's manifesto, so people who find the idea of putting white-ish folks in blackface to be repulsive (as below), if only grounds of absurdist inanity, might wish to consult the university's protocols on "offensive material" and perhaps lodge a protest.
There is precedent for this, thanks to Jonathan Holmes, who several times has urged Media Watch viewers to set the authorities on those who dare to air doubts about anthropogenic climate change.
Mind you, Ms Cole's Indigenous credentials are impeccable. She once was observed walking past the old Champion Hotel, a sacred site, and her paternal grandmother is both the picture of duskiness and, as she has explained, the fountainhead of Bindi's aboriginality.