My name is Karen Rogers and I’m from Ngukurr Community. My tribe is Ngalakgan and I speak Kriol at home. I’ve lived in Ngukurr almost all my life. ...“I grew up in Darwin and then I stayed at Humpty Doo for three years and then moved to Kakadu, to my homeland Kapalga. I learnt how to paint from R...Marlene was born in 1961 in Alice Springs and grew up at Amoonguna community, east of Alice Springs where she went to school. Marlene is the daught...Ursula Napangardi is a younger artist following in the traditions of the Warlpiri people, who now live in small towns in the Tanami Desert. Napanga...Dion Beasley (born 1991) is an Alywarr artist from the remote community of Owairtilla, or Canteen Creek. He spent many of his early years living in remote communities in the Barkly region of the Northern Territory. A curated exhibition of Dion's works are showing now at Laundry Gallery.Leanne Lippo & Joshua Mamarika collect wood together, they bend spears over fire to make them straight, help each other by stripping, bending, ...Bulanjdjan Lucy Yarawanga is an experienced Gurr-goni textile artist, who predominately works at Bábbarra Women’s Centre. She works with both lino ...Carol is an incredibly skilled Kune weaver and Lino printer. Born on a remote cattle station, near Bulmun community, where her mother was working a...Kalidjan Janet Marawarr is a senior Kuninjku artist who predominantly works at the Babbarra Womens' Centre as a talented textile printer. She is re...Raylene Bonson is a renowned Ndjébbana textile artist, who began her work with Babbarra Women's Centre in 2012. She comes from an incredible artist...
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