Thank you to everyone who celebrated our debut solo show at the 2023 Afterpay Australian Fashion Week! We have received so much love for our powerful show and the artists are so proud to share their designs and stories with you. Media: Harper’s Bazaar: EXCLUSIVE: Ikuntji Artists to make its solo runway debut at AAFW
Our very own Walter Jugadai has been selected to have his latest fabric design included in the International Art Textile Biennale 2023. Fibre Arts Australia is highlighting the contemporary practice within Art Textiles as an art form. Walter’s textile has been shortlisted!! out of 270 entries from 25 countries. Exhibition now showing at at East
Stepping onto the red carpet wearing one of Australia’s most successful First Nations art centres, last night celebrated Australian rapper BARKAA attended the 2023 ARIA Awards wearing a custom suit designed by Ikuntji Artists, in collaboration with renowned fashion house ZHIVAGO. Partnering with ZHIVAGO saw Ikuntji Artist Hayley Dodd have her exquisite Dalhousie Hot Springs
“Three Echoes – Western Desert Art showcases Australian Aboriginal art spanning the first 30 years of the Western Desert art movement”. Ikuntji artists involved in this exciting showcase are: Kumuntjai Napanangka Jack, Coral Napurrula, Marlee Napurrula, Katungka Napanangka, Narputta Nangala Jugadai, Daisy Napaltjarri Jugadai, Mitjili Napurrula, Kumuntjai Nampitjinpa Dixon, and Long Tom Tjapanangka. These artists
New Exuberance: contemporary Australian textile design is a major touring exhibition project reflecting on current directions in textile practice through art, design and fashion. Curated by Meryl Ryan in consultation with the JamFactory team, the exhibition presents the work of more than thirty diverse multidisciplinary creatives and includes ten commissioned furniture pieces produced by designers associated with JamFactory. Ikuntji
The AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market is the largest Indigenous art market in the Canberra region and it has also become a popular online event, showcasing a diverse range of paintings, textiles, sculptures and much more. Importantly, 100 per cent of sales from the art market goes back to Indigenous art centres, artists and their communities.