Warakurna Artists

Walu, Muruntjarra and Tjukula Pirni by Carol Maanyatja Golding


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Warakurna is a remote community situated on the Great Central Road in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia, approximately 330km from Uluru near the border with the Northern Territory. The township of approximately 180 people is nestled amongst the spectacular Rawlinson Ranges in the Gibson Desert, and has a long history of artistic expression.

The Art Centre is fully owned and governed by Aboriginal people and provides services to artists living in and visiting Warakurna, and the neighbouring communities of Wanarn through the Painting Therapy Program run once a week out of Wanarn Aged Care, and an outreach painting program to the Kayili Artists of Patjarr.

Warakurna Artists is an energetic, creative and happy place where men and women, young and old, paint and share Tjukurrpa (traditional law and culture), and contemporary stories. Passing on these important stories to young people is a critical means of keeping culture vital and strong. The Art Centre plays an important role in the community, providing cultural and social benefits in addition to economic returns.

Title: Walu, Muruntjarra and Tjukula Pirni
Artist: Carol Maanyatja Golding
Catalogue Number: 653-11
Dimensions: 35cm x 
Materials: Print - Edition 6/20, White grain glass frame

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