8 August - 10 September 2011

Exhibition Overview

Coinciding with this year's National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards, Outstation - art from art centres will show a group exhibition from Tjala Arts. Based in Amata in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands of far north-western South Australia, Tjala Arts is one of the most dynamic and exciting of the desert art centres. The exhibition will feature work by established and emerging artists including Tiger Palpatja, Hector Burton, Ray Ken, Ruby Williamson, Tjungkara Ken, Sylvia Kanytjupai Ken and Tjampawa Katie Kawiny.

Art Centres

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

In the Press

Read what others are saying about this Outstation exhibition.

  • Tjukurpa Anangu

    Aboriginal Art and Culture: An American Eye
    Will Owen - 11 September 11
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Exhibition Catalogue

When and where

8 August - 10 September 2011

Outstation Gallery
8 Parap Place
Northern Territory

A Darwin Festival Event


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

  • Alison Munti Riley
  • Brenton Ken
  • Gail Napangati
  • Hector Tjupuru Burton
  • Mary Katatjuku Pan
  • Mona Mitakiki Shepherd
  • Nita Williamson
  • Ray Ken
  • Rini Tiger
  • Ruby Tjangawa Williamson
  • Ruby Williamson Family Collaborative
  • Sandra Ken
  • Sylvia Kanytjupai Ken
  • Tiger Palpatja
  • Tjampawa Katie Kawiny
  • Tjungkara Ken
  • Wawiriya Burton
  • Yaritji Young

Exhibition artworks


Tjampawa Katie Kawiny – ‘Seven Sisters’

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Sandra Ken – ‘Seven Sisters’

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Brenton Ken – ‘Putaputa – Brenton’s Country

 Artwork unavailable
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