Lyndsay Urqhuart is a Koori Munkata Yuin woman growing up in the Dharawal community of western Sydney. Passionate about remembering and sharing her cultures with her family and as a teacher of Indigenous arts, Lyndsay is a public education guide. As a practising Indigenous oral historian, Lyndsay works as a documentary filmmaker as a way of preserving and sharing important information and perspectives. Lyndsay works as a curator and as a multidisciplinary artist in the area of communications, so as to share and help educate communities about the world’s oldest continuing cultures.
Passionate about art and culture, Lyndsay has worked as a discovery ranger with National Parks and Wildlife, NSW where she was mentored by a Yuin Elder Deidre Martin on culture, bush foods and medicines, and how to appropriately teach culture to the public. Lyndsay has worked with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists for more than 12 years, and as an artist for 5 years. Lyndsay has experience working in local, state and federal government organisations, charities, sporting organisations, and in the corporate environment. In 2007 and 2008, Lyndsay was involved in the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.
- Guwayu – For All Times
- Poetry in First Languages 2018
- Poetry in First Languages (Dharawal) - Kemblawarra Public School
- Poetry in First Languages (Dharawal) - Warrawong High School
- Poetry in First Languages (Dharawal) - Warrawong Public School
- Poetry in First Languages x Pathways to Dreaming
- Youth Unlocked 2021
- Lyndsay Urquhart reads 'Blood Moon'