Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair 2019, Darwin

Find Ikuntji Artists at the 13th Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair, 9-11 August 2019 The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair offers a rich exchange of art, culture, and ideas with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across Australia. The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) is unique in that it provides a genuine opportunity to purchase artwork

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Nillumbik prize for Contemporary Art – finalists and exhibition.

Ikuntji Artists are proud to announce that the collaborative artwork, ‘Kuruyultu’ by Eunice Napanangka Jack and Tobias Titz has been named a finalist in the 2019 Nillumbik Prize for Contemporary Art. This image is part of a collaboration between Ikuntji Artists and Photographer Tobias Titz. Ikuntji artists were invited to share the image making process

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‘New directions in print-making’ Exhibition, Salon Indigenous Art Projects, Darwin

Returning to the origins of the Ikuntji Artists’ art movement, this ‘New directions in print-making’ focuses on works on paper with a particular emphasis on screen prints. Showcasing a series of limited addition prints by Ikuntji Artists, they are the first prints created at Ikuntji Artists since 2011. This series and the exhibition are the

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National Indigenous NAIDOC Art Fair 2019, Sydney

National Indigenous Art Fair 2019 Ikuntji Artists is proud to participate in this year’s markets! Saturday 29th June – 10:00am – 6:00pm Sunday, 30th June – 10:00am – 4:00pm The iconic Blak Markets returns to the spectacular Sydney Harbour location at the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Circular Quay, for the second National Indigenous NAIDOC Art

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Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize Finalists and exhibition, Sydney.

Ikuntji Artists are proud to announce that the collaborative artwork ‘Waru at Watarru’ by Anne Dixon, Beryl Jimmy, Imatjala Pollard and their mother Kumuntjai Minyintiri Muwitja has been announced as a finalist in this years Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize. About the award The Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize is an annual prize that was

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AMaGA 2019 Desert Mob Market Place, Alice Springs.

Following this years AMaGA (Australian Museums and Gallery Association) 2019 Conference, the Desert Mob Market Place Art Fair will take place on Friday the 17th of May. Come along for an opportunity to buy direct from Ikuntji Artists, along side other art centres. The Desert Mob MarketPlace, a signature event in Central Australia, brings together

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‘Women’s Show’, Yaama Ganu Gallery, Moree.

Ikuntji Artists are excited to be part of Yaama Ganu Gallery’s inaugural Women’s Show. The Women’s Show celebrates the contribution of women to contemporary art. Participating Art Centres include – Ikuntji Artists – Haasts Bluff NT Kaltjiti Arts – APY Lands SA Mangkaja Arts – Fitzroy Crossing WA Papunya Tjupi Artists – Papunya NT Tjungu

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Bush Bling – Jewellery exhibition

Ikuntji Artists are excited to be a part of Aboriginal Bush Traders 2019 jewellery exhibition, Bush Bling. Ikuntji Artists Kelly Dixon, Doreen Lane and Vronita Multa will showcase their vibrant works, made from locally collected and hand painted ininti seeds and gum nuts. Bush Bling brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander jewellers from remote

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‘Childhood Memories of Kuruyultu’ – Eunice Napanangka Jack, solo exhibition, Outstation Gallery

In her second solo show ‘Childhood Memories of Kuruyultu’, Eunice Napanangka Jack reflects on the life changing journey she undertook when she was still ‘a little baby’ and travelled by foot and piggyback on her mum from Kuruyultu to Haasts Bluff. These childhood memories deeply manifest themselves in her painting, which shows the endless sandhills

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