Current Exhibition - Warlukurlangu Artists - Yuendumu, NT

September 20, 2020

Current Exhibition - Warlukurlangu Artists - Yuendumu, NT

In the early 1980s the Yuendumu elders painted ceremonial designs on canvas, which begun the art movement at Yuendumu.  The first painting there was on the door of the Yuendumu school (which later started the Yuendumu Doors series), painted by P. Japaljarri Stewart and Kumanjayi Japaljarri Sims, who are some...

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Why buy Aboriginal Art?

February 16, 2020

Why buy Aboriginal Art?

  “Why buy Aboriginal art?”  Whilst the reasons for buying Aboriginal art can vary by individual, it very often comes down to a few factors that draws us to love and collect Aboriginal art; the connection Aboriginal people have to their land and their innate ability to tell their stories...

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Mornington Island Artists - Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland

February 16, 2020

Mornington Island Artists - Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland

Mornington Island Art is one of the longest established Indigenous art and cultural organisations in Australia. Mornington Island is a small island of rich cultural traditions, located in the south-east corner of the Gulf of Carpentaria in Queensland. Fully owned and controlled by The Mirndiyan Gununa Aboriginal Corporation, Mornington Island...

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