2017

Screen printing workshop at Ikuntji Artists

After 25 years Ikuntji Artists is returning to its roots: screenprinting on T-shirts! This workshop will remind founders of Ikuntji Artists of the first years of screenprinting and working on paper, and it will teach the young artists about the exciting techniques. Each artist will have the opportunity to create a set of designs, which

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Raw, Norton Rose Fulbright, Perth

Norton Rose Fulbright is a global legal firm, who as part of their commitment under their Reconciliation Action Plan, will exhibit Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and music in Perth. Ikuntji Artists’ Alice Nampitjinpa and Eunice Napanangka Jack were selected for this special event, which only showcases a total of six Indigenous artists. Both artists

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The Women’s Show, Vivien Anderson Gallery

Ikuntji Artists is proud to announce that Keturah Zimran will be represented in Vivien Anderson Gallery’s annual The Women’s Show The annual exhibition of selected leading & emerging Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander women artists in celebration of their contribution to Australian & international visual arts & culture The opening is 6pm – 8pm Wednesday on

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Stories are forever at Merricks House Art Gallery

Ikuntji Artists is delighted to announce that Keturah Zimran is now represented in Melbourne through Vivien Anderson Gallery. Keturah Zimran’s works will be on show in a group exhibition this January and February. Vivien Anderson Gallery presents STORIES ARE FOREVER at Merricks House Art Gallery, Merricks General Wine Store, Merricks on the Mornington Peninsula. Featuring:

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As far as the eye can see, Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

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 practice in Australia today and is a stunning reflection of Australia’s unique and varied geography. The artists express their stories and relationships to the land through a

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2016

Length and Breadth, New acquisitions from the Parliament House Art Collection, Canberra

From the Flinders Ranges to the Darling Downs, Bathurst Harbour to Broken Hill, this exhibition features a selection of contemporary Australian artworks acquired by Parliament House since 2013. Focusing on images of landscape, both real and imagined, from across the vast Australian continent. Featuring artists: Louise Feneley, Mel George, Pro Hart, Ray Ken, William Mackinnon,

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Aboriginal Art Market at AIATSIS, Canberra

Ikuntji Artists is proud to participate for the first time in the Aboriginal Art Market held at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) in Canberra.  The market will be held for two days,art-market-day-2016-a3-poster2 over the weekend of 3-4 December 2016. Other art centres present will be Djilpin Arts, Warlukurlangu Artists

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Spring/Summer Fashion Parade, Alice Springs

The Forkleaf Project presents the inaugural Spring/Summer Fashion Parade for NT Designers in Alice Springs. In Winter 2016, Ikuntji Artists have been busy with The Batchelor Institute of Tertiary Education and created some wild and wonderful desgins which will be shown at this fashion parade for the first time. Make sure to put the date

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Eunice Napanangka Jack

33rd Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, Darwin

Ikuntji Artists is proud to announce that Eunice Napanangka Jack was chosen as a finalist for the 33rd Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award. This year’s exhibition will be opened at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory on 5 August. We hope to see you there and celebrate the

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Borne – Sculpture for the body

A diverse range of established, mid-career and emerging sculptors were asked to make work which could be worn or which stepped into the field of jewellery or body adornment. For many sculptors, this is their first foray into work for the body. At what point does ‘sculpture’ become ‘jewellery’? Is it just a question of

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