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Indigenous Art Market @AIATSIS Canberra December 6-7

Iltja Ntjarra will be at the upcoming AIATSIS market in Canberra with its stunning watercolours and new merchandise line!

Friday, 6 December 2019 to Saturday, 7 December 2019

Friday 10am – 9pm, Saturday 10am – 4pm

AIATSIS, Acton Peninsula
51 Lawson Crescent, Acton.
Australian Capital Territory

The Indigenous Art Market returns this summer for its 6th consecutive year.
With over twenty Indigenous artists and art centres from around Australia, these markets have never been bigger.
Presenting artists’ work, direct from communities, to the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, paired with culturally rich activities, contemporary music, cultural performances and food.
Presented by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, this market is an unparalleled opportunity for our local community to encounter, engage, and be transformed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture from around Australia.
Join us at this year’s Indigenous Art Market, grab some lunch, browse the stalls, enjoy the entertainment and perhaps you’ll find that perfect Christmas gift.

Did you know?
Attending Art Centres keep 100% of their sales from the art market.
All art is sourced ethically and directly from Indigenous Community Art Centres an independent artists and the funds raised go directly into helping their communities.


Reinhold Inkamala, Mt. Sonder, limited edition etching

Hazelhurst Arts Centre Presents: Pmarra Nurna-kanhala Untha-lapp-urma / Walking Through Country

Kathy Inkamala, monoprint 2019, Ntaria (Hemannsburg) Mission.

Hazelhurst Arts Centre will host the most comprehensive exhibition of works from Iltja Ntjarra Many Hands Art Centre ever presented in NSW! It will feature etchings and unique state monoprints, as well as new works supported by the mentorship of leading Australian artist Tony Albert.

More information here

Exhibition ends: July 9th 2019.

land/place @Hanging Valley Gallery, Melbourne 4-6 July

land/place presents a selection of watercolours by Benita Clements and Mervyn Rubuntja.

Recreating landscapes that respond to structural and cultural changes since white settlement, these bright watercolours are testament to tradition, as well the artists’ own experiences of life in Mparntwe and its ever-changing nature.

@Hanging Valley
Level 2, 95 Victoria St, Fitzroy
Opening night: Wednesday 3 July, 6-8pm
Gallery open: 4-6 July

Benita Clements, My family, cooking