2016

From Country to Couture – DAAF Fashion Parade

In an internationally and nation-wide first: From Country to Couture presents Indigenous Australian Fashion made in remote art centres across Australia. Ikuntji Artists will be featured with our resin jewellery, created with The Indigneous Jewellery Project, as part of this groundbreaking fashion parade. International top model Magnolia Maymuru will close the show wearing our resin

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Chants du Desert – Art aborigine contemporain, Ville d’Eu, France

Ikuntji Artists are proud to be shown alongside Yolande Hautefeuille’s Collection of Indigenous Australian art in France. This collection has been acquired by travelling far and wide throughout Australia over the past 20 years. Long Tom Tjapanangka, Eunice Napanangka Jack and Alice Nampitjinpa are some of the artists from Ikuntji Artists on show next to

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Malpa Wiru – Good Friends exhibition, Goolwa SA

Ikuntji Artists is part of this NAIDOC exhibition event at Goolwa Wharf in South Australia. Organised by Kiri Kiri Art from Victor Harbor the exhibition “Malpa Wiru – Good Friends” showcases artworks from remote Indigenous artists in the Central Desert. A variety of Indigenous artworks from remote art centres is showing the importance of country

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The Indigenous Jewellery Project

Ikuntji Artists has been part of the Indigenous Jewellery Project since 2014. It is an innovative way to develop and upskill jewellers from remote Indigenous communities. Are you interested in learning more about the project? Here is an interview with The Indigenous Jewellery Project co-ordinator Emily McCulloch Childs: Garland Article

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20th Alice Springs Beanie Festival, Araluen Arts Centre

Ikuntji Artists are proud to be represented in the 20th Alice Springs Beanie Festival ‘Spirit of the Land’ Exhibition! The opening of the exhibition will be at 6.00 pm ‘Spirit of the Land’ Exhibition & Competition Opening Entertainment Rusty and the Infidels, Drum Atweme, Yapa Styles Fashion Parade and The Awesome. Beanies for sale. Delicious

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Kungka Kotara – Alice Nampitjinpa and Eunice Napanangka Jack, Tunbridge Gallery, Perth

This exhibition showcases the works of Alice Nampitjiinpa and Eunice Napanangka Jack. For the first time these two old ladies are represented side-by-side each other. Their paintings tell the stories of their country along the WA/NT border, at Talaalpi and Lake Mackay, Tjukurrla. In conjunction with Ikuntji Artists we are delighted to exhibit, for the

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Beanie Workshop

Ikuntji Artists is excited to be part of this year’s Alice Springs Beanie Festival: In 2016 we are celebrating two decades of warm and woolly friendship and creativity at the festival. We want to celebrate our diverse country and cultures in our work. Out do your self for this very special anniversary exhibition. Beanie Festival

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KURLKAYIMA NGATHA – REMEMBER ME at FORM, Perth

Exploring links between botany, land and cultural identity, Kurlkayima Ngatha—Remember is a new, multi-part exhibition examining Aboriginal societies’ methodology of plant use and knowledge systems. Kurlkayima Ngatha—Remember Me encompasses a range of art forms including film, documentation, paintings and installations, and opens at FORM Gallery on 26th February 2016 from 6-8 pm. Kurlkayima Ngatha—Remember Me

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The Blooming Desert at Talapi

This exhibition at Talapi, Alice Springs showcases works from Aboriginal-owned Art Centres, inspired by the desert after rain. Introspective, soft and gentle works included in this exhibition are from Artists of Ampilatwatja, Ernabella Arts, Ikuntji Artists, Iwantja Arts, Mimili Maku Arts, Kaltjiti Arts and Papunya Tjupi amongst others.

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“Put yourself in my shoes” – Keturah Zimran and Alice Nampitjinpa exhibition at Suzanne O’Connell Gallery, Brisbane

This exhibition at Suzanne O’Connell Gallery will feature paintings, shoes and photographs. “Put yourself in my shoes” invites people to walk in the artists’ shoes, representing their country, their experience of walking through country and their understanding of the world. The original shoes were donated by Kanparrka Store at Ikuntji/Haasts Bluff. They are the shoes

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