2016

Artmart, Darwin

Artmart 2016 is a 3-day pop-up exhibition this coming May which celebrates (mainly) local talent and kickstarts the early dry season. Artmart began in 2015 as a way of drawing attention to Parap as an art gallery hub, with the Northern Centre for Contemporary Art joined by fellow Parap-based Nomad and Outstation galleries to form

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EDONT Aboriginal Art Auction Launch 2016, Darwin

The Environmental Defenders Office Northern Territory has again secured the incredible support of the NT’s incredible network of Indigenous art centres and artists. This support will allow us to, once again, hold a unique art auction showcasing a brilliant array of over 40 indigenous works from all over. More details will be posted here as

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Bush Trip

In collaboration with the Land Management Unit from the Central Land Council, the Youth Program from Macdonnell Regional Council and researchers Ikuntji Artists visited and camped at Muruntji west of Ikuntji/Haasts Bluff. This camping trip was a great opportunity for artists and family members to connect to country, tell stories, record these and teach younger

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Autumn Salon / Easter 2016 at Whistlewood Gallery

New works by favorite artists + rising stars of Aboriginal art. With launch exhibition of The Indigenous Jewellery Project – resin, silver, bead, natural material + mixed media jewellery and small objects by artists of Ernabella Arts, APY Lands and Ikuntji Artists, Western Desert. Featuring also new paintings on canvas and walka boards, ceramics and

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2015

Exposition Kaléidoscope millénaire – exhibition in Brussels

Join us for the first dedicated exhibition to Ikuntji Artists at Aboriginal Signature – Estrangin Fine Art in Brussels! This exhibition features a selection of the latest works by Ikuntji Artists representing some of the most exciting artistic developments from Haasts Bluff in recent years. Installation shots of the exhibition courtesy of Aboriginal Signature –

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Jewellery has always been here – JamFactory/Tarnanthi

An exhibition of jewellery, small objects and films that investigates Anangu jewellery and other three-dimensional design tradition and experimentation. It features works created in the new mediums of resin and silver, from workshops undertaken on country with Kate Rohde, curated by Emily McCulloch Childs. We are so excited to finally launch our amazing jewellery! This

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Desert Mob Exhibition 2015

Over 25 years, Desert Mob has cemented its reputation as an exhibition unlike any other and as one of the most anticipated and important Aboriginal art and cultural events in the nation. Bringing together Desart (The Association of Central Australian Aboriginal Art and Craft Centres) member art centres from across the Northern Territory, South Australia

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Tarnanthi Festival in Adelaide

TARNANTHI, pronounced tar-nan-dee, is a Kaurna word from the traditional owners of the Adelaide Plains. It means to come forth or appear – like the sun and the first emergence of light, or a seed sprouting. For many cultures, first light signifies new beginnings. TARNANTHI, the inaugural Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

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Ancestral Presence – recent works by Ikuntji Artists

Since its beginnings in 1992 Ikuntji Artists have striven to capture in manifold ways their Tjukurrpa (Dreaming) stories. Three different generations of artists are working alongside each other at the art centre, creating works that evoke ancestral presences in ngurra (country). In this exhibition Ikuntji Artists showcases the innovative and new directions artists from Ikuntji/Haasts

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Desert Mob Market Place 2015

Every year in September all art centres from the Desart region come together to celebrate Desert Mob. This year Desert Mob turns 25 years and many additional events are on: all exhibitions for Alice Springs The Desert Mob Market Place opens at 10 am on the Saturday morning and runs for four hours. All artworks

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