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Kaltjiti Arts – Kulintja Wiru – Yaamaganu Gallery

From left – Taylor Cooper, Witjiti George and Matjangka Norris at the APY Studio. Image courtesy of Kaltjiti Arts.

We are proud to present the new group show from Kaltjiti Arts – Kulintja Wiru (Thinking of Good Things).

Kaltjiti Arts and Crafts is a community based, Aboriginal art centre in the remote community of Fregon in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands of South Australia.  The heart of the small community is the Art Centre which is a place of inspiration, dynamism and a cultural focal point.

Through their artworks, elders and senior artists teach younger generations about important cultural traditions and stories, passing on knowledge that has come to them from their ancestors.

Katjiti Arts is known as an Art Centre with diversity of aesthetic and a depth of talent. Senior artists enjoy the opportunity of working together on collaborative major works, which are also used to teach younger generations skills in painting technique and story telling. It is this commitment to Tjukurpa and traditional painting technique which has allowed Kaltjiti Arts to establish a reputation as being an art centres of that creates artworks of the highest quality, which are also rich in cultural integrity.

 

Featured Artists:

Aileen Adamson

Arnie Frank

Carol Stevens

Delma Forbes

Gladys Roberts

Imitjala Curley

Ingrid Treacle

Jeannie Robin

Joyce Robin

Kani George

Madeliene Curley

Mantuwa George

Matjangka Norris

Meredith Treacle

Rita Rolley

Taylor Wanyima Cooper

Witjiti George

 

Exhibition opens Saturday 11th September 2021

All enquiries to Toby Osmond

toby.osmond@aes.org.au

+61 2 6794 3280

 

Thank you to the Artists and Kaltjiti Arts for the privilege and opportunity.

 

 

 

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YAAMA GANU GALLERY IN ASSOCIATION WITH KALTJITI ARTS - APY LANDS PRESENTS KULINTJI WIRU - THINKING OF GOOD THINGS OPENS SATURDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER 2021 ENQUIRIES - TOBY.OSMOND@AES.ORG.AU

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