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Opening this Saturday 2nd September

TJALA ARTS - New work from Freda Brady, Wawiriya Burton, Yaritji Young, Tjungkara Ken, Slyvia Ken, Barbara Moore and Ray ken.

Showing until 26th September

Tjala Arts artists explore stories of the Honey Ant, the Seven Sisters and their deep connection to country. They are known for producing works in a vibrant palette, with dynamic movement across the canvas. This new body of work exudes these qualities, as a new direction is explored.

THE EXHIBITION FEATURES WYNNE PRIZE FINALISTS Barbara Moore, Wawiriya Burton, Yaritji Young and Archibald finalist Tjungkara Ken. A collaboration by Mona Mitakiki Shepherd, Naomi Kantjuriny and Tjimpayi Presley also features in the show (a collaborative work by Mona and Noami was also a Wynne Prize finalist this year). Wawiriya Burton, Yaritji Young and Tjungkara Ken are also NATSIAA finalists this year. Paintings by Sylvia Kanytjupai Ken, Barbara Moore and a collaborative work by Mona Shepherd and Naomi Kantjuriny feature in this years SALON17 Salon des Refuses.

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Extended hours....

Due to popular demand, our current exhibition Black & White has been extended through to the weekend - final day showing will be Saturday 26th August.

Come by and see the immersive exhibition, featuring Buku-Larrnggay Mulka artists Nawarapu Wununmurra and Djirrirra Wununmurra. Larrakitj (hollow log memorial poles), Mokuy (spirit figures) and paintings in ochre on board.

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Opening today Thursday 10th August 4pm

BLACK & WHITE an exhibition proudly presented by Outstation gallery in conjunction with Buku-Larrnggay Mulka.

YIRRKALA ARTISTS Nawurapu Wunuŋmurra and Djirrirra Wunuŋmurra reveal their clan moiety in a bold and striking monochromatic interpretation of the life giving processes through season and ceremony.

Nawurapu Wunuŋmurra will be travelling from north east Arnhem Land for the opening reception, all welcome!

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