Don distinctive seed jewellery produced by residents of the art centre, dedicated to improving social justice and maintaining traditional cultures.

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Tangentyere Artists is an Aboriginal art centre renowned for its paintings and local seed jewellery, which is produced by over 400 town camp residents.

The styles of work produced at Tangentyere Artists are varied and reflect the cultural diversity of its artists, who represent over 20 Central Australian languages.

You will see acrylic paintings on canvas as well as painted recycled metal objects and wooden surfaces that depict traditional motifs through to highly contemporary modern depictions of life.

Tangentyere Artists is dedicated to improving social justice and maintaining the traditional cultures of town camp residents through its art support, arts training and workshops and marketing services.

Tangentyere Artists is owned and directed by the Tangentyere Council. It is located in Alice Springs across from council headquarters.

Opening times:
Open Monday to Friday 10-4pm. Closed Christmas Day, Good Friday and all public holidays.
Entry cost:
Free entry
Activities:
  • Shopping
Facilities:
  • Car park