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The Araluen Arts Centre is home to significant public works of art such as the impressive Yeperenye Sculpture, Clifford Possum’s celebrated large scale mural, the majestic sculpture ‘The Split’ that was commissioned for Araluen’s opening in 1984, and Wenten Rubuntja and Cedar Prest’s massive floor-to-ceiling stained-glass foyer window depicting Arrente stories central to Alice Springs.

These works showcase the work of local and national artists and highlight the natural landscape and the dreaming of the Indigenous people of Central Australia.

These installations can be viewed while walking around the Araluen Cultural Precinct while others can be found in Sculpture Garden inside the Araluen Galleries.

For more information on our public art, please see the downloads below:

Wenten Rubuntja and Cedar Prest's Stained Glass Window
Wenten Rubuntja and Cedar Prest, Arrernte Country, 1988, Slumped and Stained glass. AC 1988:041

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