Artitja Fine Art – CONTINUING CULTURE – 13-29 October 2017

Evidence continues to surface demonstrating that Aboriginal culture is well over 65,000 years old . A constant in Aboriginal culture is the ancestral story telling that imparts knowledge not just about country and mapping, but includes law which instils a sense of place and identity.

This exhibition is a bold and colourful depiction of these stories from remote community art centres including from the very heart of the beginning of the contemporary Aboriginal art movement Papunya, Haasts Bluff, Balgo, the APY lands and the Martumili artists from the Pilbara.

Please join us at the exhibition opening on Friday 13th October 6.30pm – 8.30pm

RSVP to Opening: by Thursday 12th October.

Curatorial Floor Talk: Saturday 14th October 2pm in the gallery RSVP Essential:

Exhibition Continues to 29th October 11am – 5pm, Wed-Sun

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Enquiries: Anna Kanaris, 0418 900 954,

Joey Tjungurrayi,

Joey Tjungurrayi, Helicopter, 150x75cm