Featuring Ernabella Arts, Iwantja Arts, Mimili Maku Arts & Tjala Arts
Nganana anangu tjuta Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankuntjatjarangka nyinanyi ngura nganampangka walytjarara walytjarara Indulkanala nguru Pipalyatjarala Kutu
Munula painting palyalpai tjukurpa kunpu.
Iriti anangu tjuta ngura walytjangka, walytjangka nyinangi walytjarara, walytjarara pukulpa
Munuyanku walytja tjuta kunpungka atunymanangi
Ka tjanampa mai, kuka, kapi wiyaringkunyangka ankupai walytja kutjupa tjuta kuta.
We are Anangu living in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands.
In our country, we are all family right up from Indulkana to Pipalyatjara. For the longest time we have been living this way, as family on this land. Our families have always shared everything with each other. When we have no food, we could go to our family across the lands for food and water.
When we do paintings we are really happy to paint about the strong stories of
our families and land.
This exhibition comes from four different art centres but really we are all family!
Nyurpaya Kaika Burton and Jennifer Ingkatji, Tjala Arts
To be opened by Brian Tucker
Thursday, 26th May 6.00pm – 8.00pm
24th May ~ 25th June 2016
Exhibitions in our contemporary lease space
© Karen Stephens
I Used To Could
A solo exhibition of plein air paintings.
21st June ~ 2nd July 2016
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