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Our show OUTSTATION, featuring artists from Maningrida Arts is now open. The legacy of the Kuninjku leaders and renowned artists in Maningrida, who led the 1970s outstation movement to the west of Maningrida, is presented in this exhibition: Peter Marralwanga, Mick Kubarkku, Anchor Kulunba and Crusoe Kuningbal. It is seen through the art practice of their children, acclaimed artists in their own right: Ivan Namirrkki, Paul Nabulumo, John Mawurndjul and Owen Yalandja.

Enjoy Owen Yalandja's work from the show - a series of three Yawkyawk sculptures, and an exquisitely carved Lorrkon.

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Opening Today 7th April - Kujungka Art - All the Men

Proudly presented by Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency and Outstation Gallery, a group showing of emerging and established artists from the Fitzroy Valley region of the Kimberley, WA.

Sharing stories of culture and identity, ‘Kujungka Art - All the Men’ breaks with classic Mangkaja tradition to present an unusual body of mixed media works. Featuring standout works by Spider Snell (dec), Jimmy Nerrimah (dec), Tommy May, Mervyn Street, Isaac Cherel, Tom Putuparri Lawdord, Hanson Boxer, Illiam Nargoodah John (Prince) Siddon and Terry Murray.

Known for their ‘explosive’ colour palette, artists from Mangkaja Arts in Fitzroy Crossing often captivate audiences with their bold and bright canvas paintings using unconventional colour combinations. Kujungka Art still embodies this vivid genre, but also includes experimental new work pushing the boundaries of tradition, culture and contemporary art.

Paintings on canvas, board and tin are complemented with beautiful objects of culture, tradition and functionality.

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Willy Muntjantji Martin, Acrylic on linen
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It's now last days to catch our senior men's show from Mimili Maku Arts, from the heart of the APY Lands.
Mumu Mike Williams and Willy Martin's exhibition Tjukurpa Kunpu Mulapa - Culture Strong and True concludes this Saturday 31st March at 2pm.

If you're in Darwin over Easter, make sure you drop by the gallery to see this strong exhibition of works making a pertinent statement of cultural protocol, ownership and an unyielding connection to country.

Easter Trading hours

| Good Friday 30th March CLOSED
| Saturday 31st March OPEN 10am-2pm
| Sunday 1st April CLOSED
| Monday 2nd April CLOSED

Reopen as normal Tuesday 3rd April

Image: Collaborative work by Mike Williams, Willy Martin and Sammy Dodd
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Tjukurpa Kunpu Mulapa Culture - Strong and True.

SENIOR MEN Mumu Mike Williams and Willy Muntjantji Martin from Mimili Maku Arts define their place both as artists and law men, by strong marks and definitive styles.

The stories and places that connect these men to their land drive their expression for now and future generations: Willy Martin's shimmering roundels and Mumu Mike Williams loose but effective marks over found maps. The exhibition also features a large collaborative by the two men with Sammy Dodds, painted on remote area post bags and suspended by a kulata (spear).

Showing 3rd - 28th March

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