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Artist Eunice Napanangka Jack  with artwork
Works in progress by Eileen Anyama (front), Eunice Napanangka Jack and Kumantjai Nolan
'Yalk  - Bush Onion' by Daphne Marks

Ikuntji Artists

Ikuntji Artists was the first art centre established by women in the Western Desert Art Movement.

In the 1980s women began painting in the Haasts Bluff aged care facility. Instructed by their husbands and fathers, and often assisting them in completing their paintings.

Ikuntji Artists was first established in 1992 as a woman's centre, initially focused on providing services for old people and children in community. After first experiences in printing T-shirts, artists began producing acrylic paintings on linen and handmade paper, gaining the attention of the Australian and international art world as well as earning the centre an impressive reputation for fine art. In 2005 the art centre was incorporated as Ikuntji Artists Aboriginal Corporation.

Today Ikuntji Artists are represented in many national and international galleries and institutions. Their art is famous for bold colour choice, decisive brush strokes and a long legacy of internationally renowned artists. In recent years Ikuntji has released fabric ranges and developed a strong presence and identity in the textiles and fashion industries.

Ikuntji Artists welcomes visitors to the studio and gallery for a unique experience to browse and purchase authentic Aboriginal art (acrylic painting, seed jewellery, prints, clothing, screen printed textiles, ethical merchandise) directly from an Aboriginal-run and owned business.

Please contact Ikuntji Artists to arrange a visit.

  • Information

    Opening times

    • Monday:
    • Tuesday:
    • Wednesday:
    • Thursday:
    • Friday:

    Entry cost

    Free entry

    Facilities

    • Carpark
    • Gallery / Museum
    • Picnic Area
    • Public Toilet
    • Shop / Gift Shop
    • Lawn / Gardens

    Accessibility

    Welcomes and assists people who have challenges with learning, communication, understanding and behaviour. (includes people with autism, intellectual disability, Down syndrome, acquired brain injury (ABI), dyslexia and dementia) Caters for people who are blind or have vision loss. Caters for people who are deaf or have hearing loss. Caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps but who would benefit from fixtures to aid balance. (This includes people using walking frames and mobility aids) Caters for people who use a wheelchair.

    Accreditation

    • COVID Safe
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