‘No Black Sea’s’ Exhibition

Arts Ceduna Group Exhibition Collette Gray (Kokatha), Janine Gray (Wirangu/Kokatha)Joylene Haynes (Kokatha), Sherrie Jones (Yindjibarndi)Verna Lawrie (Mirning), Beaver Lennon (Mirning)Josephine Lennon (Matutjara/Mirning), Estelle Miller (Wirangu)Jamie Newchurch (Wirangu), Christine Tschuna (Wirangu)Yana Tschuna (Wirangu/Kokatha) Mentor Artists: Yhonnie Scarce (Kokatha/Nukunu) and Ryan Presley (Marri Ngarr/Scandinavian) No Black Seas is a specially commissioned exhibition of new works by artists from

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Fisher Jeffreys

Artist involved Collette Gray (Kokatha), Janine Gray (Wirangu/Kokatha),Sherrie Jones (Yindjibarndi) Natalie Austin, Charmaine Kaapa,Verna Lawrie (Mirning), Beaver Lennon (Mirning)Josephine Lennon (Matutjara/Mirning),Jamie Newchurch (Wirangu), Christine Tschuna (Wirangu) Raylene, Coleman (Pitjantjatjara/Kokatha), Cynthia Charra, Elizabeth Douglas, (Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY))  About SALA The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is a statewide festival of Visual Art. The South

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Finding My Arts

Great to have few new male artist have ago in the Finding My Art Painting Workshop held on Wednesday 21st Feb held by Ashley Pompey & Gavin Wanganeen. ‘This project was made possible by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, which supports the arts in regional and remote Australia.’ #gavinwanganeenart . . . . . .

WAI EXHIBITION

This multi-phase project with master artists David Wilson (new media) and Tristan Kerr (Typography, visual arts) seeks to render audible the voices of Indigenous artists, displaying their artistic work, personal and group narratives that underpin their identity processes through mural making and film. This project is essential in processing and expressing Indigenous identities in Ceduna

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Jero’s residency at Arts Ceduna

An artist residency with Petrus Jero Amuthenu from Namibia and Yalata artist Warren Paul was hosted at Ceduna from 24 – 29 April 2017. This meaningful experience saw two Indigenous artists from two continents sharing their masterly skills in a studio environment. The activity and sharing was so contagious that seven artists worked side-by-side at

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