9 July - 6 August 2010

Exhibition Overview

This amazing group exhibition from Tjala Arts is part of an ongoing collaboration between this art centre and Outstation. The show features some of the art centres established and rising stars including Tjungkara Ken, Tjampawa Katie Kawiny, Wawiriya Burton, Freddy Ken, Sylvia Kantjupayi Ken, Ruby Williamson and others.

Tjala Arts was started by the women of Amata in 1997 and was originally called Minymaku Arts (Ladies Arts). It was renamed in 2006 to reflect the involvement of men in the Art Centre. Tjala is the Pitjantjatjara word for honey ant – a favourite bush food. One of the significant creation stories for Amata relates to Tjala.

Art Centres

This exhibition is brought to you by Outstation, in collaboration with the following art centres:

When and where

9 July - 6 August 2010

Outstation Gallery
8 Parap Place
Parap
0820
Darwin
Northern Territory

Artists

This Outstation exhibition is comprised of works from the following artists:

  • Alison Munti Riley
  • Brenton Ken
  • Freddy Ken
  • Mona Mitakiki Shepherd
  • Nita Williamson
  • Ray Ken
  • Rini Tiger
  • Ruby Williamson
  • Sylvia Kanytjupai Ken
  • Tjampawa Katie Kawiny
  • Tjungkara Ken
  • Wawiriya Burton
  • Yaritji Young

Exhibition artworks

Tjungkara Ken – ‘Ngayuku ngura’

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Alison Munti Riley

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Nita Williamson ‘ Ngayuku ngura’

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Ray Ken – ‘Tali – sand dunes’

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Yaritji Young – ‘Seven Sisters’

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Wawiriya Burton ‘ Ngayuku ngura’

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Rini Tiger – ‘Ngintaka Tjukurpa’

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Freddy Ken – ‘Kulata Tjuta’

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Tjunkara Ken – ‘Seven Sisters’

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Ruby Williamson – ‘Ultukunpa’

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Wawiriya Burton – ‘Kapi tjukula’

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