2022

Finalists – Banyule Award for Works on Paper 2021

We are proud to announce that Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon, Eunice Napapangka Jack and Mitjili Napurrula were all finalists in the 2021 Banyule Award for Works on Paper for their edition prints! The award is awarded biennially to an outstanding contemporary work on paper. This is a prestigious national art prize, with the winning artwork entered

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Art Centres Supporting our Elders (NARI)

Ikuntji Artists are proud to have been a part of NARI’s (National Ageing Research Institute) Study ‘Art Centres Supporting our Elders’. Learn More here and watch the videos NARI_MV133 A5 Booklet – Art Centres Research Report_V2.1-Spread

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Ikuntji Artists Goes to Paris

The biggest collaboration in Ikuntji Artists history. IDAIA will be launching it’s new collection of Indigenous textile accessories featuring Ikuntji Artists designs at the iconic Parisian department store BHV Marais from January 29, 2022 The launch is part of the BHV’s special event “Couleurs Australie – A chromatic journey”, from January 29 to February 27,

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DENFAIR 2022, Melbourne.

We are excited to announce that Tactile Arts is partnering with Interiors Australia + DENFAIR to represent the Top End in the ‘Australia’s Next Top Designers’ section of this major interiors event. Interiors Australia + DENFAIR is the premier exhibition for architecture and design, and the largest annual gathering of interior designers, architects, developers, builders, retailers and design-savvy consumers. Endorsed by all the major design industry

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Finalist! WAMA Art Prize 2021

We re excited to announce that Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon’s print ‘Tali Tali – Sandhills’ has been selected as a finalist in the 2021  WAMA Art Prize. You can view and purchase the work in the online exhibition here WAMA ART PRIZE FINALISTS The inaugural WAMA Art Prize, Works on Paper attracted more than 500 entries

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“Land Drawing – Drawing of the Land” Exhibition, France (Touring)

We are proud to announce that this exhibition is touring! Dessin du territoire – Territoire du dessin / Land drawing – Land of drawing (the French-Australian artist collaboration) is touring the Australian Embassy in Paris,  the exhibition will be on from 6 October 2021 to 7 January 2022. There will be an official opening reception

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2021

IDAIA – Christmas Exhibition, Lyon, France.

A beautiful selection of Christmas gifts has been prepared by the team of exhibition curators at Showroom Galerie 7 in Lyon: From IDAIA, they have selected home decoration objects and textile accessories from the Bábbarra collection, Aboriginal art fabrics, as well as paintings and small objects. Also on offer are the hand-loomed weavings of Colette Gauzit; the Laos textile

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AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market – Online 2021 CLOSES MIDNIGHT TONIGHT!

Ikuntji Artists is excited to be part of this years AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market Online 2021. The marketplace will take place online between 26th of November – 05 December 2021. “This year we are delivering our Indigenous Art Market online due to the ongoing challenges with COVID-19 across Australia to ensure we can continue to

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TARNANTHI // Rekkan / Tamuwu / Nyinakati (sit/sit down) Exhbition, Adelaide.

Artists from three diverse Aboriginal arts centres — Raylene Bonson (Bábbarra Women’s Centre), Keturah Zimran (Ikuntji Artists) and Roslyn Orsto (Tiwi Designs) — have each collaborated with an Adelaide-based contemporary designer — Daniel­ Emma (Daniel To and Emma Aiston), Caren Elliss and Dean Toepfer — to co-design and produce an upholstered piece of furniture, utilising

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Tactile Arts -Christmas Craft Fair, Darwin.

Join Ikuntji Artists and other wonderful artists for your Christmas shopping this year! You will find our clothes, fabrics, bags and ethically made merchandise. The Tactile Arts Christmas Craft Fair is an annual exposé of Top End creatives showcasing some of the finest locally produced art, craft, and design at the Darwin Convention Centre across

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Art Centres Online: A virtual event of story-telling direct from the desert.

Art Centres Online: A virtual event of story-telling direct from the desert. Celebrate the evolving expression of Central Australian Aboriginal Art over eight days with Desart’s series of short films and online MarketPlace.Speaking from Country, artists share the stories of their work, culture and communities. Be taken into the art centres and onto the homelands

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‘Painting Now’ – Peindre aujourd’hui en terres aborigènes Exhibition, France.

Ikuntji artists are excited to be part of ‘Painting Now’ exhibition, to be held in France in July 2021. As part of the Australia Now France 2021 campaign organised the Australian Embassy in France and DFAT, the city of Le Havre is hosting a curated exhibition of contemporary Aboriginal paintings, with the objective to present

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Finalists – Awards Australia Small Business Achiever Award

Ikuntji Artists are proud to be nominated as finalists in this years Awards Australia Small Business Achiever Award for the second year running! this award is part of the Northern Territory Community Achievement Awards 2020. The Northern Territory Community Achievement Awards recognises individuals, organisations and groups who are making a difference in our local communities

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The Design Files + Laminex Design Awards – Finalists

Ikuntji Artists are incredibly proud to announce that our Ikuntji + Publisher Collaboration has been nominated as a finalists in the Collaboration and Textile Design Category. The collection features designs by Ikuntji Artists that have been screen-printed and made into clothes by Publisher Textiles. “An ongoing collaboration between Ikuntji Artists and Publisher Textiles sees paintings

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Eunice Napanangka Jack Solo Exhibition at Outstation Gallery

Eunice Napanangka Jack is back with another dazzling solo exhibition at Outstation Gallery in 2021. In her most recent body of work, Eunice continues to depict her father’s country, Kuruyultu, using her distinctive textural brushstrokes to create mesmerising lineation representative of her country. Eunice’s exquisite artworks can be found in collections nationwide as well as

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Tarnanthi Art Fair 2021 – Online Event

The Tarnanthi Art Fair goes online in 2021. Browse a diverse range of unique works – including paintings, ceramics, sculpture, woven objects, jewellery, clothes, textiles and homewares – handmade by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists at art centres nationwide. Tarnanthi Art Fair is an ethical sales event. Every dollar from your purchase goes directly

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Artists in Residency Program – Gallery of Central Australia

In September 2021 Ikuntji Artists Alison Multa and Pam Brown travelled to the Gallery of Central Australia (GOCA) in Yulara for an artist residency program. Thank you to everyone at GOCA for hosting us! Here are some action shots from their time

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IOTA21 CONFERENCE AND FASHION EVENT – ‘Curiosity and the Cloth’

As part of this years Indian Ocean Craft Triennial, we are exited to be part of the fashion event ‘ Curiosity and the Cloth’, with a selection of garments made through our project Frock On 2021. CURIOSITY AND THE CLOTH SUNDAY 19 SEPTEMBER; 6.30PM BOOLA BARDIP, WA MUSEUM, PERTH CULTURAL CENTRE A fashion event like

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Frock On 2021! Exhibition and Awards Night

We invite you to come and celebrate handprinted fabrics + creativity! Join Ikuntji Artists & FFF at the Frock On 2021 exhibition + Awards Event Details: Date and time Sat., 7 August 2021 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm ACST Add to calendar Location Songlines                       

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