2017

From Country to Couture at DAAF, Darwin NT

‘From Country to Couture’ is an Indigenous Fashion Parade held before the opening of the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair in Darwin. In 2017, it showcases the collections of eight art centres and designers they have worked with in the previous year. The fashion parade was curated by Grace Lilian Lee, an Indigenous artist who has

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Kuruyultu – Eunice Napanangka Jack at Outstation Gallery, Darwin

Eunice Napanangka Jack is represented at Outstation Gallery in Darwin with her first ever and much anticipated solo show. The body of works in this exhibition was created over a period of 18 months and showcases a deep reflection on her connection to country. The works in this exhibition speak of her father’s country Kuruyultu

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Kapi Palya (Good Water) project

Here at Ikuntji/Haasts Bluff, 230kms from Alice Springs, the community is serviced with bore water. This groundwater can get polluted or be of poor quality. It also has a distinctive, unpalatable taste. However, it’s the only option for most people as bottled water has to be shipped in and is often too expensive. Consequently, it’s

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Digital Media Workshop at Ikuntji Artists

Over the period of two weeks arts workers and artists from Ikuntji Artists had the opportunity to learn how to interview, film and take photos of artists, models and the landscape. This is part of our Australia Council Chosen Funding, which aims at transferring knowledge from older to younger generations. Every day new skills around

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Arts worker photography workshop in collaboration with Desart

In June 2017, arts workers of Ikuntji Artists, Albie Jack and Jeffrey Jackson were supported through a photography workshop on site organised and funded by Desart with Steve Pearce. Arts workers learned how to take photos of objects and models. It enabled the arts workers to think beyond taking photos of artworks. They thought about

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#ART4EDONT, Darwin

In its third year the Annual Aboriginal Art Auction held by the Environmental Defenders Office of the Northern Territory in Darwin includes works by Ikuntji Artists’ Alice Nampitjinpa, Eunice Napanangka Jack and Molly Napaltjarri. The Auction raises funds to support the services of the EDONT and continue their important role for the NT. Please support

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Calleen Art Award at Cowra Regional Art Gallery, Cowra

Ikuntji Artists is proud to announce that Eunice Napanangka Jack has been selected finalist for the Calleen Art Award at the Cowra Regional Art Gallery. The Calleen Art Award encourages originality, creativity and artistic excellence. The Calleen Art Award is an acquisitive national painting prize in any subject and style established in 1977 by Patricia

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Painting Power – Ritual, Art & Land, at The Goods Shed, Perth

The relationship between the power of nature and the energy of ritual traditions is explored in these intensely personal artworks by Aboriginal artists living in remote Australia. Their vivid canvases evoke rain making rituals, ancestral narratives, the connection to stars and moon and how they feature in traditional land management practices.

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2017 Wyndham Art Prize

Ikuntji Artists is proud to announce that Alice Nampitjinpa and Eunice Napanangka Jack have been shortlisted for the Wyndham Art Prize 2017. The exhibition opens on 5 April – 6.30 to 8.30pm. The Wyndham Art Prize is part of the Wyndham Cultural Centre’s annual events and features a selected group of local and national artists.

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Moreton Bay Region Art Awards, Strathpine QLD

Ikuntji Artists is proud to announce that Eunice Napanangka Jack, Jeffrey Jackson and Keturah Zimran have been selected finalists for this year’s Moreton Bay Region Art Awards. The Moreton Bay Region Art Awards, running 20 May to 28 May is an annual acquisitive exhibition proudly supported by the Moreton Bay Regional Council. The Art Awards

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