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Tjanpi Desert Weavers, a signatory to the Indigenous Art Code, is a dynamic social enterprise of the NPY Women's Council. Tjanpi (meaning 'dry grass') supports Aboriginal women living in remote Central and Western desert communities to create contemporary fibre art.
When collecting desert grasses (minarri, wangurnu and yirlintju), women visit sacred sites and traditional homelands, hunt and gather food for their families, and teach children about country. Grass is bound with wool, string or raffia and combined with yinirnti (red seeds of the bat-wing coral tree) and wipiya (emu feathers).
Artist: Carolyn Kenta
Catalogue number: 1681-20
Dimensions: L36cm x W14cm x H25cm
Fibre: Purple and Pink wool and natural raffia with burgundy eyes
Store Pick Up: Free
Local Delivery: Free (Tuesday or Thursday delivery)
All online items are available for free pick up from our Rosebery showroom. This service is available Tuesday-Saturday from 10am-4pm. All orders must be collected from the side entrance on Dunning Avenue. Same day pick up is available if you order before 1pm. Please allow a three-hour window from when you place your order to when you arrive to collect.
Koskela products will always be made in Australia, and the same applies for most products we stock. This supports our community, strengthens our economy, and enriches our culture.
Koskela’s social impact program commits 1% of revenue (10% of profit) to facilitate collaborations between artists working in Indigenous-owned art centres and our team, to create new contemporary design products. We also stock a selection of social impact products from around the world.
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