Projects

Projects

Tjukurpa Pulkatjara

This benchmark exhibition was staged by Ananguku Arts at the South Australian Museum as part of the 2010 Adelaide Festival. It showcased the works of leading artists from the Ngaanyatjatjara, Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara lands.

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Kungarangkalpa

Senior Desert Dancers of KUNGKARANGKALPA: Seven Sisters Songline came to Canberra from the red sands of the central desert to perform under the stars by Lake Burley Griffin for a series of performances at the National Museum of Australia.

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Ngintaka Exhibition

The Ngintaka Exhibition at the South Australian Museum will be the first time Anangu Traditional Owners from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY Lands) in far north west South Australia , have told the story one of their foundational songlines in such a multi-layered exhibition.

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Coober Pedy Art Project

This workshop program ran for 6 months from October 2012 to March 2013 and was designed to engage all Indigenous artists in Coober Pedy and assess their level of ability and commitment to working in the arts industry. 

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Ngarrindjeri Canoe Project

Ananguku Arts is working with the Ngarrindjeri community of the Coorong region and the Ngarrindjeri elder Major Sumner and his family to continue the cultural practice of canoe making from river redgum trees.

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Ceduna Found Objects Art

In December 2012, Ananguku Arts and Culture Corporation presented a follow up workshop in Ceduna as part of the SICAD Professional Development Program. 

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Stencil Art with Rekko Rennie

In December 2012, Ananguku Arts and Culture Corporation presented a follow up workshop in Ceduna as part of the SICAD Professional Development Program. 

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Goolwa Batik Workshop

In October 2012, Ananguku Arts presented a Batik workshop as part of Ananguku Arts’ SICAD Professional Development Program.

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Berri Art Workshop

In 2013 Ananguku Arts ran a week long professional development workshop for artists in Berri in South Australia’s Riverlands. The workshop facilitator was Bluey Roberts, a renown Aboriginal painter who works in many mediums including works on paper and canvas, ceramics, sculpture, wood and emu eggs.

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Curatorial Workshop

Ananguku Art’s biannual curatorial workshop is aimed at the emerging curator and those artists and art workers interested in developing a deeper understanding of the role of a curator.

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Watiku Project

The Watiku project was designed around the need to support male artists, who wish to paint and who live on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands (APY Lands) across the North West of South Australia.

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Our Mob

Our Mob is an annual Indigenous art exhibition hosted by the Adelaide Festival Centre in conjunction with Ananguku Arts and Country Arts SA.

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