Blak Douglas (Adam Hill) is a multi – skilled Aboriginal artist descending from the Dhungatti peoples of Kempsey (Mid – North Coast NSW).
Schooled in Penrith NSW, Blak then studied Graphic Design at UWS Nepean. In Visual Arts he emerged through Boomalli Aboriginal Artists. He has staged numerous solo exhibitions and participated in many group shows both here and abroad. Blak has consistently been a finalist in the Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize and the Telstra Aboriginal Art Award. Blak’s works are collected by institutions both nationally and internationally including The National Gallery of Australia and the Aboriginal Art Museum of Utrecht (Netherlands). In 2015, 2018 and 2019 Blak Douglas was a finalist for the Archibald Prize.
Douglas has presented his cultural programme “Adamriginial” and his art workshops in schools Australia wide for over ten years.