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Linen tea towel designed by Stella McMillan, Beverley McMillan and Janelle McMillan of Ewyenper Atwatye.
Billycans are commonly used to make hot cups of tea on the fire at Town Camps in Mparntwe/Alice Springs as well as on bush trips to Country. This design is part of the ‘Urban Tucker’ tea towel series, designs which depict popular food/drinks of Town Camp artists.
Ewyenper Atwatye (Hidden Valley) Town Camp Designs began in 2015, creating employment and income for more than 25 artists in Central Australia exploring creative mediums outside of painting.
The artists play a role in all aspects of Ewyenper Atwaty, from designing, printing as well as packaging and sales.
Ewyenper Atwatye is administered by Tangentyere Artists; an Alice Springs-based Aboriginal-owned Art Centre providing arts training and workshops as well as marketing and sales support for the artists. Koskela is proud to work with Tangentyere Artists, a unique organisation that represents the breadth and depth of Central Australian cultural diversity.
Materials: 100% Linen
Made in Australia
Store Pick Up: Not available
*Local Delivery: Free
*Local Delivery is only available for Sydney metro (within 20km of postcode 2018). Koskela is delivering Monday-Thursday.
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