2021

‘Story Necklace’ Exhibition – South Australian Museum

Ikuntji Artists are excited to invite you to ‘Story Necklace’ exhibition, to be held at the South Australian Museum. The exhibition will showcase the deep cultural tradition of  jewellery, featuring our collaborative ‘story necklace’ and other beautiful works by Ikuntji Artists.  You will also be able to purchase jewellery from the SAM Store. About the

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Partjima 2021 – A Festival in Light

Ikuntji artists are excited to be involved in the next Parrtjima Festival 2021! In celebration of next generation artists, Daphne Marks and Francis Marhshall’s works will be part of the festival for the first time. Parrtjima – A Festival in Light will take place from 9-18 April 2021. FUTURE KULTCHA is based on the timeless

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Country to Couture Public Broadcast

Tune in for the Public Broadcast of Country to Couture through NITV Facebook  On January 22nd 7pm AEST to see the Ikuntji X Magpie Goose collection and many more incredible Indigenous led fashion collections. An annual showcase of Indigenous textiles and fashion design. Supported by the Northern Territory Government via NT Major Events and iconic

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From Country to Couture 2020

Ikuntji Artists are proud to be part of this years ‘From Country to Couture’ event, which will showcase our collaborative Ikuntji X Magpie Goose collection. The collection features designs by Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon, Keturah Zimran, Eunice Napanangka Jack, Mavis Marks and Mitjili Napurrula. Country to Couture is back in 2020! Ending the year in style,

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2020

Walking In Two Worlds x FNFD Pop Up, Cairns

FNFD Christmas Pop Up opens from the 15th – 22nd of December 2020. From 10am – 4:30 pm daily.  Cairns Central , lower level opposite City Beach. We have over 15 Indigenous brands from around Australia – 100% of sales go back to the deadly brands. Buy Blak this Christmas. Following a successful FNFD pop

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Keturah Zimran Finalist in the 2020 Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize

We are thrilled to announced that Keturah Zimran is a finalist in this years Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize for her work ‘Puli Puli’. The Ravenswood Women’s Art Prize Australian Art – Any Medium – All Women The Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize is an annual prize that was launched in 2017 to advance art

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Tarnanthi Art Fair 2020, Adelaide (Online and Physical event)

The Tarnanthi Art Fair is going ahead both as an in-person event as well as online. And sales begin soon. Lot Fourteen If you’re in South Australia, you can buy works of art in person at the COVID-safe Tarnanthi Art Fair, at Lot Fourteen in the Adelaide CBD from Friday 4 – Sunday 6 December.

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HOME:MADE 20 Exhibition – DESIGN Canberra

Ikuntji Artists are excited to be part of this years HOME:MADE 20 Exhibition! Featuring textiles by Eunice Napanangka Jack, Mavis Marks and Keturah Zimran. HOME:MADE features a curated selection of new furniture, homewares and jewellery by some of the most exciting early-career designers and makers from across Australia. HOME:MADE is a signature exhibition for DESIGN Canberra presented by Craft

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DESIGN Canberra 2020 online auction

Ikuntji Artists are excited to be part of this years DESIGN Canberra 2020 online auction. DESIGN Canberra is giving design-lovers the chance to own their own piece of contemporary design at this year’s DESIGN Canberra auction, featuring a new line up of emerging and leading Canberra designers. René Linssen / Minqu Gu / Samantha Dennis

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WALIPAN / Puli Puli (Weaving & Rocks)

NCCA is proud to present recent works from Durrmu Arts and Ikuntji Artists, focusing on the work of two distinguished Indigenous artists from the Northern Territory – Regina Pilawuk Wilson from Peppimenarti (Durrmu Arts) and Keturah Zimran from Haasts Bluff (Ikuntji Artists). Regina Wilson’s painting are known for their subtle and delicate textures derived from

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AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market 2020 (Online Event)

Join us for the first ever online AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market! This years AIATSIS will bring 100s of Indigenous artists, designers, weavers and carvers from art centres and communities across Australia to you online throughout NAIDOC Week 2020. You can purchase a diverse range of paintings, textiles, sculptures, decorations and more, direct from the art

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Desert Mob Christmas Marketplace (Online)

Ikuntji Artists are excited to be part of Desart’s Christmas Market Place which will be held online! 8am CST Saturday 14th November – 8pm Sunday 15th November Give original and unique artworks this Christmas, direct from Central Australia. – the birthplace of the Aboriginal Art movement. It has been an iconic year. Full of challenges

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NAIDOC Pop Up – Broadway, Sydney

Find Beautiful products from Ikuntji Artists at this years First Nations pop up shop for NAIDOC week 2020 in Sydney. First Nations pop up is scheduled to be held from 6 Nov – 15 Nov 2020 for NAIDOC week at Broadway Shopping Centre in Ultimo, NSW. Available to purchase from Ikuntji will be our Publisher

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Ikuntji Textiles exhibition, Central Craft in Alice Springs

Over the past four years, Ikuntji artists have explored the medium fabric and printing on it in various ways. It showcases the breadth of diversity in screen printing coming out of Ikuntji Artists whilst at the same time drawing on the legacy of the Ikuntji Artists’ printing history. The exhibition will feature a range of

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Parrtjima Festival of Light September 2020, Alice Springs

Parrtjima 2020 has been rescheduled for September 2020. Stay up to date on event changes here Ikuntji Artists are part to be represented with artist Alison Multa in the Grounded installation at Parrtjima 2020. Parrtjima is the meeting place where old meets new.  It is the only authentic Aboriginal festival of its kind, showcasing the

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Desert Mob Market Place 2020 goes online

Desert Mob 2020 Find Ikuntji Artists at the 2020 Desert Mob Market place, Saturday 12th September – 19th September online at desart.com.au Celebrating 30 years! In 2020, Desert Mob celebrates 30 years! However due to Covid 19 restrictions this milestone will be celebrated in 2021. Desert Mob 2020 fantastic Exhibition, Symposium and most of all

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Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair 2020- Online

Ikuntji Artists are excited to be part of Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair 2020 digital event! DAAF Normally… The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) is held every year in Darwin, on Larrakia Country, bringing together artists and arts lovers in a shared passion for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander contemporary fine art. But not this year.

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National Indigenous Fashion Awards 2020

Ikuntji Artists are proud to be shortlisted for two award categories in this years National Indigenous Fashion Awards! Textile Design Award – Ikuntji Artists Textile Collection 2019 Community  Collaboration Award – Ikuntji Artists x Magpie Goose collection 2019 About NIFA                               

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‘As far as the eye can see’ Travelling Exhibition (A Blue Mountains Cultural Centre exhibition)

As far as the eye can see has returned to Katoomba after being to 9 venues across 5 states with a wonderful response from all galleries and audiences. As far as the eye can see is an exhibition of works by prominent Australian printmakers investigating their local landscapes. It celebrates the breadth and depth of printmaking

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Mitjili Napurrula and Eunice Napanangka Jack finalists in Megalo International Print Prize 2020!

Ikuntji Artists are excited to announce that ‘Uwulkari – Watiya Tjuta’ by Mitjili Napurrula (pictured above) and ‘Kuruyultu’ By Eunice Napanangka Jack are finalists in the Megalo International Print Prize 2020! Megalo International Print Prize (MIPP) is the annual celebration of printmaking in the capital. The MIPP 2019 exhibition attracted over 1000 visitors to view

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