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
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
Although the two artists live in very different environments, they have found the things that are important to them are the same. Through their mentorship, Sherrie and Amanda have created works inspired by their love of family, country and culture. Sherrie and Amanda have created both paintings, and work using traditional weaving methods. This project
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
The GaRa Mirnaarda travelling exhibition was a collection of best work showcased by more than thirteen Ceduna artists at the Ceduna Memorial Hall during May 2016 and at the Port Augusta Cultural Centre – Yarta Purtli during June 2016. This exhibition was initiated by Arts Ceduna staff and artists due to the renovations of the
Eight artists from Ceduna participated in the 2016 Our Mob exhibition, showing twelve works the at Artspace Gallery in Adelaide, South Australia. Artists, Josephine Lennon and Ashley Pompey, winning both the Don Dunston ($5000.00) and Country Arts SA ($1500.00) arts development awards at the annual Our Mob SA exhibition. Six artists visited the exhibition opening.