For those who haven’t had the chance to see our New Year Exhibition at our art centre in Alice Springs, all the works are now online! The exhibition features 4 different projects:
The West ‘McDonald’s’ Ranges collection, a collaborative project with artist Tony Albert. Clara Inkamala explains: “This is telling people we’ve got bush food out there and healthy ones, instead of McDonald’s and fish and chips. This is for our kids, we’ve got to try to look after the next generation …”
Reinhold Inkmala’s painterly landscapes on Canvas:
The Inkamala ladies’ beloved Ntaria painted with Gouache on board:
And Finally, Mervyn Rubuntja’s exquisite new paintings:
We are so excited about The Namatjira Project Auction coming up on Sunday 22nd October at the Art Gallery of South Australia! It is a collaboration with our Art Centre, Namatjira Legacy Trust, artist Tony Albert and Tarnanthi!
Place your bid at this historic auction featuring Boomerangs, Woomeras and Spears made in Collaboration with Cultural Leader Mervyn Rubuntja, Gloria Pannka and Kevin McCormack, as imagined by Australian Artists.
Desert Mob 2017 visitors: add to your events schedule a visit to 29 Wilkinson St. and 16 Fogarty St. on Saturday Sep 9 between 2pm-4pm
In collaboration with Tangentyere Artists and Yarrenyty Arltere Artists, the three art centres will present two exciting exhibitions named: Mparntwe & Ntaria itweke-itwe Mob – Alice Springs and Hermannsburg Neighbours. We are looking forward seeing you in our neighborhood!
Stanley Ebatarinja, near Ormiston Gorge, NT