Celebrating Indigenous artists with Jarin Baigent

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Kristal Kinsela is the supplier diversity expert who’s done it all before. A published author, trusted advisor to leading global organisations and descendant of both the Jawoyn and Wiradjuri nations, Kristal brings lived experience and over 18 years of business expertise to every partnership.

Jarin is a Wiradjuri woman born and raised in Sydney with her family bloodlines from Cowra NSW. Jarin grew up in the Waterloo / Redfern and Western Sydney communities.

She spearheaded Trading Blak after experiencing the disempowering and harmful impacts of misrepresentation within the Aboriginal business landscape.

Jarin Street, active wear and exercise equipment celebrates beautiful bold Indigenous designs and the artists behind them. Jarin Street business model centres around supporting Indigenous artists. Jarin Street began by recognising the misuse of Aboriginal art and the industries failure to protect artists and Aboriginal designs. The business aims to provide ongoing ethical and sustainable support to artists who contribute their work.

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