APY Art Centre Collective

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12 March > 5 June 2022
Tuesday to Sunday - 11AM > 4PM





This exhibition will showcase a series of paintings and painted ceramic works by artists from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands (APY Lands) in remote South Australia.

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IMAGE > [Top] Yaritji Heffernan, Kapi Tjukula, 2021, acrylic on linen, 200 x 300cm. Image courtesy of the artist.
IMAGE >  Yaritji Heffernan and Rhoda Tjitayi, APY Studio Adelaide 2021. Image courtesy of APY Art Centre Collective


IMAGE > Yaritji Heffernan and Rhoda Tjitayi, APY Studio Adelaide 2021. Image courtesy of APY Art Centre Collective

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The ceramics have been made in collaboration with the highly skilled ceramicists at the Jam factory in Adelaide. The Jam Factory is a unique not-for-profit organisation that champions the social, cultural and economic value of craft and design in daily life, whilst extending contemporary craft and design into new markets.


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Eric Bridgeman (Yuriyal), 2021


In the APY Lands, local people own and govern their own professional art studios with the aim of artistic, economic and cultural empowerment of all Anangu (Aboriginal people from the region).

The artwork made in this region is celebrated not just for artistic excellence, but striking innovation and integrity.

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IMAGE > Yaritji Heffernan and Rhoda Tjitayi, APY Studio Adelaide 2021. Image courtesy of APY Art Centre Collective




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