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Empowering Communities: Alexavier Sigurdur Honored as One Wyndham Recipient for November

Wyndham City is proud to announce Alexavier Sigurdur as the One Wyndham recipient for November. This recognition spotlights a talented artist with a compelling story and a commitment to making a difference in the community.

Meet Alexavier Sigurdur

Alexavier Sigurdur is not your ordinary artist. He is a freelance queer Indigenous artist whose work, titled ‘Tchingal’s Eye,’ has recently been selected as part of Wyndham Youth Services’ 2022 Q Art Project. His unique perspective and creative expression set him apart, making him a deserving recipient of the One Wyndham award.

‘Tchingal’s Eye’ Artwork

‘Tchingal’s Eye’ is more than just a piece of art; it’s a powerful symbol of self-expression and cultural significance. The artwork was featured in the 2022 Q Art Book publication and was displayed at the Point Cook Community Learning Centre and the Youth Resource Centre in Hoppers Crossing.

Tchingals Eye

Exploring Gender and Sexuality

Alexavier’s work goes beyond aesthetics; it serves as a platform to raise awareness about gender and sexuality. He uses his talent to start conversations and challenge stereotypes, drawing from his Indigenous heritage on the Jardwadjali traditional lands.

Cultural Inspiration

‘Tchingal’s Eye’ is named after the emu from the Gariwerd (Grampians) creation story. This connection to his cultural roots adds depth and meaning to his work, creating a bridge between tradition and contemporary art.

Voice for the Less Heard

Art has the power to amplify voices that often go unheard. Alexavier’s creations offer a unique perspective and a platform for those marginalized by society. He advocates for inclusivity and acceptance through his art, bringing attention to issues faced by various communities in Wyndham.

Creating a Safe Space

Through his creative journey, Alexavier is not only giving voice to marginalized groups but also creating a safe and accepting space for young First Nations people and those in the LGBTQIA+ community in Wyndham. His work fosters a sense of belonging and provides solace for those who might have felt isolated.

Acknowledgment from Wyndham City Mayor

Wyndham City Mayor, Cr Susan McIntyre, had this to say about Alexavier’s contribution: “Wyndham City thanks Alexavier for the positive contribution he has made through his artistic expression. He is inspiring and provides a platform for those less heard and encourages inclusivity and acceptance.”

One Wyndham Recipients

The One Wyndham program recognizes residents aged between 12 to 25 who positively contribute to the Wyndham community and serve as role models to other young people. It is a testament to the dedication and commitment of young individuals in the community.

Recognition and Awards

One Wyndham recipients like Alexavier are awarded a $300 gift voucher of their choice and other prizes. This recognition not only celebrates their efforts but also motivates them to continue making a positive impact on their community.

Community Impact

The One Wyndham program has a significant impact on the Wyndham community, fostering a sense of unity, inclusivity, and acceptance. It encourages young people to be proactive and engage in activities that benefit the community as a whole.

Support for Young People

The program’s focus on inclusivity and acceptance extends to support for young individuals, especially those in the LGBTQIA+ community. It provides a platform for them to express themselves and be recognized for their contributions.


In conclusion, Alexavier Sigurdur’s ‘Tchingal’s Eye’ and his recognition as the One Wyndham recipient for November shine a light on the power of art to effect positive change in a community. Through his work, he not only raises awareness of important issues but also creates a welcoming space for those who need it most.

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