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Pmara Nurnaka, Yia Nurnaka: Our Country, Our Stories – Hobart

Our exhibition ‘Pmara Nurnaka, Yia Nurnaka: Our Country, Our Stories’ with The Hermannsburg Potters at Bett Gallery Hobart opens this Friday 7th May!

Please contact Bett Gallery to view the exhibition catalogue and for all enquiries, and if you are in Hobart be sure to visit this incredible exhibition!
https://www.bettgallery.com.au/

Iltja Ntjarra’s participating artists:

  • Hubert Pareroultja
  • Clara Inkamala
  • Noreen Hudson
  • Kathleen France
  • Selma Coulthard
  • Vanessa Inakmala

Migration Museum SA: 18 December – 28 February

ANGITJA ETLARINTJA EKARLTA
WORKING TOGETHER WITH STRONG THOUGHTS

If you are in Adelaide visit the Migration Museum from December 18th to view our new exhibition!

It presents work from current and deceased artists of Iltja Ntjarra Art Centre. The exhibiting artists sustain an important piece of living history, but also  reimagine their art practice by integrating new influences. Two works in this show are the outcome of a recent collaboration between Western Aranda artists Vanessa Inkamala and Hubert Pareroultja, and Shannon Alexander Murphy, an Australian artist currently based in Germany. Conceptually these works symbolise the shared relationship that Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Australians have to their country, to their culture and to each other.
All artworks for sale.

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION
18 December 2020 – 28 February 2021
10am – 5pm daily, closed Christmas Day

WHERE
Migration Museum, 82 Kintore Avenue, Adelaide SA, Australia

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