Lorraine Tye is a Wiradjuri Elder, artist and maker using basketry techniques and other fibre practices. Lorraine has exhibited widely in the Riverina region and beyond. She has recently completed studying Wiradjuri Language, Culture and Heritage at Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga. Having learnt more about her culture, Lorraine is creating work that reflects place and connection to Country. Lorraine is a member of the Hands On Weavers Inc (HOW Group), which is a collective of people who enjoy a revival of traditional weaving practices. The HOW Group encourages people interested in coming together to share each others stories about their journey in the revival of fibre and basketry weaving in the Riverina.