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THE KIMBERLEY ONLINE

THE KIMBERLEY ONLINE

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2014-11-20 17:19:28

Desert River Sea: Kimberley Art Then & Now has gone live online at last after a mighty development saga. It's been developed in two phases over 6 years by the Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA) with $1.8m. support from...» Read More

 

Waringarri Begins Casting...in White Aluminium

Waringarri Begins Casting...in White Aluminium

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2014-11-14 16:23:09

Waringarri artists, commissioned by Wesfarmers for its official centenary gift, have cast a collection of carved boab nuts in white aluminium. And so impressive is the result that today this Collection officially called, Boab100, was gifted to the Art Gallery...» Read More

 

KLUGE GOES TO THE TORRES STRAIT

KLUGE GOES TO THE TORRES STRAIT

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2014-09-02 13:11:49

The Kluge-Ruhe Museum – America's only permanent institution displaying Australian Aboriginal art and educating Americans about it through associations with the University of Virginia – re-opened earlier this year after refurbishment with a semi-permanent exhibition called Art and Country. It's...» Read More

 

LIFE IMITATES ART IMITATES ART AT SELLERS PRIZE

LIFE IMITATES ART IMITATES ART AT SELLERS PRIZE

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2014-07-25 00:12:01

Announced tomorrow is the lucky winner of the $100,000 Basil Sellers Art Prize for a work or works which confront issues and themes in sport. As an enthusiastic press release puts it: “From fandom to fanaticism, motivation to morality, and...» Read More

 

NATSIAA SURPRISES

NATSIAA SURPRISES

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2014-06-25 18:38:12

The great names are there at this year's National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards – Namatjira, Marawili, Marika, Burton, Thaiday, Petyarre, Mabo, Yalandja and Nadjamerrek. But rather than having the Christian names you'd probably recognise, 2014 will introduce...» Read More

 

BRIAN ROBINSON WINS ANOTHER WA AWARD

BRIAN ROBINSON WINS ANOTHER WA AWARD

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2014-01-16 17:31:36

Brian Robinson from Waiben (Thursday Island) in the Torres Strait, has won the People’s Choice Award of $5,000 in the Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards 2013. He received the highest number of votes from the public; Anangu man, Ray Ken...» Read More

 

WA Indigenous Art Award People’s Choice Winner

WA Indigenous Art Award People’s Choice Winner

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2014-01-15 15:07:43

Brian Robinson, from Waiben (Thursday Island), Queensland, is on a winning streak, taking out the People’s Choice Award of $5,000 in the Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards 2013, with Ray Ken and Minyawe Miller being awarded second and third...» Read More

 

DESERT RIVER SEA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR INDIGENOUS ART LEADERS

DESERT RIVER SEA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR INDIGENOUS ART LEADERS

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2013-11-12 06:23:55

From 11-15 November 2013 a group of 11 emerging Indigenous art leaders throughout the Kimberley region of Western Australia will gather in Perth for the Emerging Leaders Program, a week-long professional development program which is a core component of the...» Read More

 

Indigenous Leaders appointed to Indigenous Art Code Board

Indigenous Leaders appointed to Indigenous Art Code Board

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2013-09-26 11:48:40

The Indigenous Art Code (IartC), the industry code set up to promote integrity, transparency and accountability in dealing with Indigenous art, has announced the appointment of several arts leaders from the Indigenous community to its Board following its annual general...» Read More

 

WA  AWARDS SPRING A SURPRISE

WA AWARDS SPRING A SURPRISE

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2013-08-23 17:15:16

Oh Boy, they must be crowing in Queensland! In Perth, a Queenslander took out the Big One – actually, the country's biggest Indigenous art award of $50,000; and behind him were 2 fellow Sunshine Staters. In Darwin two weeks ago,...» Read More

 

DESERT RIVER SEA : KIMBERLEY ART THEN & NOW

DESERT RIVER SEA : KIMBERLEY ART THEN & NOW

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2013-04-24 17:49:41

After two years of consultation, the Art Gallery of Western Australia with support from the Rio Tinto Community Investment Fund have announced the launch of a six year, $1.8million art initiative, Desert River Sea:Kimberley Art Then & Now. Desert River Sea...» Read More

 

Gallery installation completed for 2012 Telstra Art Award

Gallery installation completed for 2012 Telstra Art Award

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2012-08-01 17:33:48

There has been a hive of activity at the Museum and Art Gallery of the NT (MAGNT), in preparation for the 29th Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, with installation of the 63 pre-selected art works now...» Read More

 

Your Collection 1800 to today

Your Collection 1800 to today

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2012-02-01 17:42:41

In an exciting new presentation, Your Collection has been displayed chronologically and traces art made in the early nineteenth century, locally and around the world, to the art of today. Your Collection 1800 – today brings together an extraordinary...» Read More

 

ACMI presents Indigenous arts festival

ACMI presents Indigenous arts festival

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2012-01-12 08:15:23

The National Indigenous Photomedia Forum, Shadow Life: Moving Image and Remembered By are three separate events presented by ACMI as part of the Melbourne Indigenous Arts Festival 2012. The National Indigenous Photomedia Forum will address the the obstacles faced by Indigenous...» Read More

 

AT LAST, THE TRIENNIAL!

AT LAST, THE TRIENNIAL!

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2011-11-03 16:31:55

The National Gallery of Australia has announced that it will present UnDisclosed: 2nd National Indigenous Art Triennial at the NGA in Canberra from May 11 next year until July, followed by a national tour. The artists selected by curator Carly...» Read More

 

Art Gallery of WA & Water Corporation Win 2011 National Visy Arts & Environment Award at AbaF Award

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2011-10-18 13:11:19

In July 2007, a partnership began between the Water Corporation and the Art Gallery of Western Australia. The partnership aimed to explore the use of artistic and creative expression as a platform to enhance awareness about water; tracing its past,...» Read More

 

My Country and Me (Ngagenyji Nawiyangeny-nungu Daam – Ngayin)

My Country and Me (Ngagenyji Nawiyangeny-nungu Daam – Ngayin)

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2011-07-22 18:19:01

The ReDot Fine Art Gallery is proud to welcome back the natural ochre artworks of the famous Warmun Art Centre from East Kimberley, far Northeast of Western Australia. The show will focus on recent works by Lena Nyadbi and Patrick...» Read More

 

THE GOOD AND THE BAD IN THE KIMBERLEY

THE GOOD AND THE BAD IN THE KIMBERLEY

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2011-05-04 19:29:01

The East Kimberley was the first place in WA to join the Aboriginal art movement that spread from Papunya in the 1970s. As is well-known, Rover Thomas had a Dream following the awesome devastation of Cyclone Tracey; to share it...» Read More

 

Gulumbu Yunupingu is People's Choice in WA

Gulumbu Yunupingu is People's Choice in WA

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2010-12-16 13:37:57

The great Yolngu artist, Gulumbu Yunupingu - big sister of Manduwuy - from Yirrkala in North East Arnhem Land, has won the People’s Choice Award of $5,000 in the Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards 2010. This year, the voting couldn't be...» Read More

 

Art from top to bottom

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-10-03 00:22:50

Elsewhere in the gallery, you can enjoy masterpieces of Italian printmaking dating from the mid-fifteenth century in A beautiful line: Italian prints from Mantegna to Piranesi until October 31, and opening on October 29 comes Desert Country, drawn entirely from...» Read More

 

Recent works from Blackstone Ranges (26 September - 15 October 2010)

Recent works from Blackstone Ranges (26 September - 15 October 2010)

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-09-22 20:20:24

Tunbridge Gallery in conjunction with Papulankutja Artists are pleased to invite you and your guests to an exhibition of recent works from Blackstone Ranges, 26 September - 15 October 2010. Including paintings by established artists Tjayanka Woods and Anmanari Brown...» Read More

 

Art Gallery of Western Australia and Water Corporation Win Visy Arts & Environment Award at WA AbaF Awards

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-09-13 19:28:46

In July 2007 a unique partnership began between the Water Corporation and the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Last night this partnership won a WA AbaF Award for its contribution to environmental sustainability. The partnership explores the use of artistic and...» Read More

 

WA INDIGENOUS ART AWARDS Active And Alive

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-08-07 17:51:03

The Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards exhibition will be on display at the Art Gallery of Western Australia from Saturday, July 31, ’til Monday, January 3, 2011; from 10am-5pm daily, Wednesday to Monday. With categories including sculpture, video, painting and photography...» Read More

 

Wakartu Cory Surprise Wins the 2010

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-08-04 20:58:54

Wakartu Cory Surprise of Fitzroy Crossing, WA is the winner of the Western Australian Indigenous Art Award of $50,000, the nation’s richest Indigenous arts prize for exceptional achievements by an Australian Indigenous finalist. Wakartu was selected from 185 nominations from...» Read More

 

Australia’s richest indigenous arts prize set for 2011 CHOGM

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-08-04 06:47:32

Culture and the Arts Minister John Day has announced the 2010 Western Australian Indigenous Arts Awards winners and confirmed the awards would also be held in 2011 for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM). Mr Day said he was pleased...» Read More

 

Interview with Glenn Pilkington - Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-08-03 21:34:33

1. Where did the idea of the Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards come from? The Awards came about from a need to acknowledge and recognise the significant contribution Indigenous artists make to Australia socially, culturally and economically. The Awards model, which...» Read More

 

Indigenous art on display

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-07-16 23:56:36

The West Australian Indigenous Art Awards will be displayed at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. The exhibition which features scultpure, video, painting and photography opens July 31. Sixteen artists including five from WA are part of the richest Indigenous art awards...» Read More

 

Announcing the winner of the 2010 Alice Prize

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-05-22 23:47:10

Announcing the winner of the 2010 Alice Prize Alison Alder ‘Carcass’ (tryptich) 2009 Screen printed gouache on paper 120 x 252cm Honourable Mention Yinarupa Nangala 'Untitled' Acrylic on linen Tobias Richardson 'Demountable Churches' acrylic, enamel and collage on board Mary Ross 'Camus and Adam' photograph ------------- On exhibition at Araluen Arts Centre: 1 May- 6 June...» Read More

 

36th Alice Prize - A National Contemporary Art Award

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-05-21 23:46:47

Johnny Yungut Tjupurrula, Makinti Napanangka and Yinarupa Nangala were invited to exhibit in the 36th Alice Prize. The Alice Prize is $20,000 acquisitive art prize which this year was judged by art advisor and previous director of the Art Gallery...» Read More

 

WA Art Award Nominees Named

WA Art Award Nominees Named

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2010-04-23 16:08:00

The 16 finalists in the nation’s richest indigenous arts prize, the Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards, were today announced by State Culture and the Arts Minister, John Day.   Mr Day congratulated the artists who have been invited to participate in the...» Read More

 

‘Kinti kinti, Purrka purrka – The Balgo Way’

‘Kinti kinti, Purrka purrka – The Balgo Way’

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-02-13 14:54:11

ReDot Fine Art Gallery is proud to present the second Singaporean show of the colourful works of the Warlayirti Artists Aboriginal Corporation. Warlayirti Artists is located in Balgo, in the arid north east of Western Australia, between the Great Sandy and...» Read More

 

Find a Dream at the Chrissie Cotter Gallery

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-11-17 16:16:55

Women’s imaginative thoughts and desires are celebrated in Dreams, on show at the Chrissie Cotter Gallery from 5 - 29 November 2009. The annual Aboriginal women’s exhibition features the work of Shirley Amos, Euphemia Bostock, Tracey Bostock, Charmaine Davis, Joy Duncan,...» Read More

 

THEY JUST LOVE SHANE

THEY JUST LOVE SHANE

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2009-11-11 08:55:46

He may not win the judges' favour, but West Australian Nyoongar artist Shane Pickett just keeps on picking up the Peoples' Choice prizes. He's won the WA Indigenous Art public's choice for the second year in a row. And he's...» Read More

 

REFLECTIONS ON THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN INDIGENOUS ART AWARD

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-09-01 07:01:07

From Will Owen: Having stayed at home this year, I don't have much of substance to say about the 26th National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards that hasn't already been said elsewhere. I've never been terribly fond of winner...» Read More

 

Warmurunngu- Nyarrapyi Giles Solo Exhibition

Warmurunngu- Nyarrapyi Giles Solo Exhibition

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-06-11 22:32:49

Warmurunngu is the name of a site where women collect Kaarku ( coloured ochres) used in Inma (women ceremonies). When ochres are excavated and the spirits of the Karaya (emus) are released like Warlpa (wind) and take physical form....» Read More

 

Best in the west

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-05-18 08:06:49

Culture vulture: The clutch of modern and heritage buildings on the city's northern shoulder house the Western Australian Museum, the Art Gallery of Western Australia and the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. Founded in 1895, the art gallery collection contains...» Read More

 

WA  ART PRIZE NOMINEES NAMED

WA ART PRIZE NOMINEES NAMED

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2009-05-12 14:54:53

Fifteen Indigenous artists and one artists collective are nominated for Australia's richest art prizes. They are: Tony Albert (born 1981 Townsville QLD, lives Brisbane QLD)   Lorraine Connelly-Northey (born 1962 Swan Hill VIC, lives Swan Hill VIC)   Timothy Cook (born 1958 Goose Creek, Milikapiti,...» Read More

 

30 Under 30

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-04-30 00:54:36

Indigenart, Mossenson Galleries are pleased to invite you to the launch of our second, annual survey exhibition of young Indigenous artists from across Australia: 30 Under 30: A New Generation of Indigenous Art The exhibitions will be launched in both Melbourne...» Read More

 

From Desert to Saltwater Country

From Desert to Saltwater Country

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-03-26 18:48:20

The ReDot gallery is proud to welcome the 1st Singaporean show for the exciting works of the Yulparija and Mangala artists of Bidyadanga. “FROM DESERT TO SALTWATER COUNTRY” will showcase the very best from this art community whose ancestral lands...» Read More

 

Winner announced for final category of the WA Indigenous Art Awards

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-01-09 07:09:46

Western Australian artist Shane Pickett has won the final category of Australia’s richest indigenous contemporary art awards, picking up the People’s Choice Award in the inaugural Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards 2008. Culture and Arts Minister John Day congratulated local artist...» Read More

 

Voting Now Online for Big WA Indigenous Art Prize

Voting Now Online for Big WA Indigenous Art Prize

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2008-11-20 12:17:21

A unique opportunity to vote online for the big Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards' People's Choice Prize is on offer until January 4. All the works by 16 artists selected for the first WA Indigenous Art Awards exhibition can now be...» Read More

 

East meets West at local exhibition

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-11-14 01:03:44

One of the East Kimberley’s longest practising artists will showcase her unique artwork at an exhibition in Subiaco this month. Senior artist Peggy Griffiths, from Waringarri Aboriginal Arts in Kununurra, will present her East meets West collection of six large...» Read More

 

Papunya Tula Cleans up the Big Art Prizes

Papunya Tula Cleans up the Big Art Prizes

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2008-11-03 14:18:29

Pintupu artist Patrick Tjungurrayi has taken out the richest indigenous art prize in the country - the new WA Indigenous Art Award, established last year at $50,000 for the national prize, and $10,000 for a WA winner. June Walkutjukurr Richards...» Read More

 

Not just the usual suspects

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-11-01 01:05:52

The Australian previews the announcement of the WA Premier's Indigenous Art awards: The $50,000 WA Premier's Indigenous Art Award aims to reveal new talent as well as the known. Can a group of men from the Great Victoria Desert win Australia's richest...» Read More

 

Half their luck as mining boom boosts fortunes

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-06-28 07:49:01

The Art Gallery of Western Australia talks about the recently announced Indigenous Art Prize as well as possible acquisitions. "We moved heaven and earth to find $500,000 to buy a Rover Thomas painting recently and we've got great Emily Kngwarreyes. Indigenous...» Read More

 

Western Australian Premier's Indigenous Art Awards launched

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-06-13 02:40:49

Australia’s richest indigenous contemporary art awards have been launched by Premier Alan Carpenter. The Premier said the inaugural Western Australian Premier's Indigenous Art Awards, worth $1.1million over four years, recognised the significant contribution of indigenous artists to our community. “Australia is home...» Read More

 

Faces and Places: New Works by Irwin Lewis

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-11-23 12:50:13

Indigenart, The Mossenson Galleries are proud to present the first solo exhibition in ten years from one of Perth's most beloved and admired artists, Irwin Lewis. With paintings on canvas and paper, as well as a series of computer-generated digital...» Read More