Coronavirus and culture: ‘Some good things will come out of this’
Travel restrictions from Covid-19 have made seasonal traditional practices – and being on country – difficult for one Tasmanian artist
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Lola Greeno collects delicate, pearlescent shells she turns into jewellery, the way Tasmanian Aboriginal women have been doing for thousands of years.
But this year Greeno has missed the spring tide on Flinders Island, one of the very few times to harvest them, because of Covid-19 travel restrictions.