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Yarrenyty Arltere Artists

Exhibitions

Presented by Araluen Arts Centre

"The art makes us think of our culture in another way and what we want people to know. It’s good for everyone to have a place like this it helps us be part of both worlds” - Dulcie Sharpe

Yarrenyty Arltere Artists is a thriving creative hub that has led the emergence of an entirely new form of artmaking. The artists create contemporary soft sculptures as they explore their experience, place and culture. Yarrenyty Arltere Artists was born out of the Yarrenyty
Arltere Learning Centre which in 2020 marks 20 years of service. The Centre has had an immeasurable impact, strengthening the community, building capacity of artists and elevating culture.

This exhibition reflects on the strength and longevity of Yarrenyty Arltere Artists and celebrates its innovation, creativity and diversity. Exciting new sculptures will be presented alongside a number of early works drawn from the Araluen Collection that capture the context of this movement. A curated selection of animations will bring to life the sculptural characters the artists are renowned for, to create an experience that encapsulates the energy of the artists and their art centre.

Gallery 

Aboriginal women standing in their blue tie-dyed shirts, foreground is soft colourful sculptures

Image: (L-R) Dulcie Sharpe, Trudy Inkamala, Dulcie Raggett, Rhonda Sharpe and Marlene Rubuntja, from Yarrenyty Artlere Artists.

Dates 

08 May 2020 - 21 June 2020

Times 

Opening
Friday 8 May, 6.00pm

Open daily 10am - 4pm

Genre 

Exhibitions

Location 

Extra information 

Accessibility

wheelchair  

Rating

G

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