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Anmatyerre Artist Exhibition - Raymond Walters Japanangka - Opening November 10th

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Anmatyerre Artist Exhibition - Raymond Walters Japanangka - Opening November 10th

Opening: Saturday, 10 November, 10am @Niche Markets @Fyshwick Markets Meet the artist and hear his ancestral stories of his country that have inspired his paintings. Raymond will give a talk at the opening on Saturday, 10 November @ 11am @Niche Markets @Fyshwick Markets Raymond Walters Japanangka was born in Alice Springs in November 1975.His grandfather's country is Ngarleyekwerlang of Yuelumu (Mt Allan) and his grandmother's country is Alhalkerre Atnangkerre (a Boundary Bore of Utopia). Both his grandparents come from the Anmatyerre language group. He also has extended family members from the Arrente, Western Aranda, Alywarre, Warlpiri and Kaytetye language groups. Raymond feels...

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The King Sisters - Sarrita & Tarisse King - Exhibition July - August - East Hotel, Kingston

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The King Sisters - Sarrita & Tarisse King - Exhibition July - August - East Hotel, Kingston

The King Sisters Exhibition is on display at the East Hotel, Kingston, ACT   Sarrita King and Tarisse King were born in Adelaide, South Australia, and are the daughters of the highly regarded Aboriginal artist, William King Jungala (1966 – 2007).  Sarrita and Tarisse have their Aboriginal heritage from the Gurindji clan, which is located far to the south west of  Katherine in the Northern Territory. The Gurindji came to public attention during the 1960s and 1970s when members employed by the Wave Hill cattle station led a landmark case which became the first successful Aboriginal land rights claim in...

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