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Maruku is proud to be part of this new exhibition: Tonight we celebrate the opening of Really One Story: Art from the Ngaanyatjarra Lands at FORM Gallery (previously known as The Goods Shed). Featuring a diverse collection of work from Minyma Kutjara Arts Project in Irrunytju (Wingellina); Papulankutja Artists in Papulankutja (Blackstone); Tjarlirli Art in Tjukurla; Warakurna
Visit Maruku Arts at the AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market and find some beautiful Christmas presents for friends and family … or yourself. visit the Maruku Arts booth
14th – 17th October 2022 Back by popular demand, the Tarnanthi Art Fair is 100% online in 2022. Browse and buy from home on Kaurna Country or wherever you are around the world. Discover paintings, ceramics, sculpture, woven objects, jewellery, textiles, clothes and homewares, created by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists working independently and
Christmas Marketplace 14 & 15 November We celebrate NAIDOC week in many ways, with a screening in Fremantle, with an Inma and a market stall in Yulara but also with DESART’s great Christmas Marketplace for everyone who can’t visit our stall in Yulara … or who likes to shop online. Head to Desart Marketplace to
Goologoolup NAIDOC Week Screening From the 5 to the 15 November Maruku works can be seen on the big screen on the Northbridge Piazza and Forrest Place Superscreens in Fremantle. Screenarts in collaboration with Community Arts Network present a week-long program of Indigenous Art in celebration of NAIDOC Week. Check the timetable to be on
Niningka Lewis is on of the finest storytellers in the Central Australian Desert. Her large masterpiece tells us about her family and it tells us about the changes from the old days when Anangu lived in nature and with nature – following the animals, the water and the seasons to the first contact with white
26 October 2020: Exactly one year since the climb was closed. And 35 years since “Handback” of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to local Aboriginal people – Anangu.
At a celebration today, attended by many Anangu from throughout the region, Chairman of the Board, Sidney James – with Park Manager Dianne Scopel – cuts the cake.