Indigenous Flavours Giftpack


September 18th, 2018

We are now stocking a lovely gift pack containing Indigenous "Flavours". Each pack includes 4 spices.... Mountain Pepperberry, Mountain Pepperleaf, Lemon Myrtle and Wattleseed... Each sachet includes cooking ideas on what to use it for.... Many of you will have tasted Indigenu catering, either at a private event or an Indigenu event... A quick usage guide.... ( Lemon Myrtle can be used as a flavour replacement for Lemon flavouring, in salad dressing, deserts, savoury dishes, egg dishes etc.... ), Mountain Pepperleaf can be used as an alternative to pepper in any recipe. Mountain Pepperberry can also be used as a pepper replacement but is especially good to make an amazing "pink" mayonnaise ) and ( Wattleseed can be used to replace "nuts" in any recipe ). Gift packs are priced at $15.00 each. Its a fantastic gift for any foodies, or to give yourself an excuse to try something different at your next dinner party !



David Thorpe at BAE


July 11th, 2018

British Aerospace booked David Thorpe to play Didge at their NAIDOC (2018) week celebrations ... Indigenu also brought along a pop-up-market and have installed a weeklong exhibition of paintings in their cafeteria space as well.  David did an amazing job despite not feeling 100%...



Indigenu SALA 2018


June 12th, 2018

Our SALA exhibition for 2018 is starting to take shape, we have decided to have a group exhibition this year.... including 1-2 iconic paintings for each of our Indigenu artists. It will be a celebration of all of the artworks sold over the years that have found loving homes among the wider Indigenu family of collectors and appreciators. Please pencil in our launch night to come along and bring your friends.  Artists will be attending the launch which is a great opportunity to make a connection with an artist who you may know or be interested to talk with. Exhibitors include....  Audrey Brumby, Stephen Petyarre, Bernadine Johnson, Coral Hayes Pananka, Felicia Wilson, Justinna Sims, Marshall Robertson, Alice Granties, Joy Petyarre, Molly Peterson and David Thorpe.



Didgeridoo Player for your Event


March 26th, 2018

We often get requests for didgeridoo players to attend NAIDOC and Reconciliation week events (last minute).  The year we are encouraging people to book early so that we can secure a booking for their event and avoid disappointment. We have a small number of didge players available to play at your event/s.   Please email tony@indigenu.com.au ( or phone Tony on 0404 149 617 ) to enquire about prices ( as different musicians have different rates, and it will depend availability, as to which musician can attend your event ).  As a rough price guide you should expect to pay between ( $150 - $300 ) for a 1 hour attendance and 15 minutes of music, depending on the artist.  



Guided Art Session – Jan 27th 2018


January 1st, 2018

Saturday the 27th of January 2018... We are launching a new kind of event. Check out our facebook event for more details.

GUIDED ART SESSIONS

Suitable for groups (of 5 - 10 people), adults with children, educators, art-enthusiasts, social groups etc.. The session cost is $85.00 per person for a 2.5 hour experience. It includes native inspired catering (either morning or afternoon tea), and each person will go home with a mini artwork they produce themselves, as guided by an Aboriginal artist. Sessions can be booked ahead for your own private group, or you can attend events that we scheduled throughout the year. Our inaugural, Guided Art Session will be launched on Saturday the 27th of January 2018, bookings are essential, email tony on tony@indigenu.com.au or call 0404 149 617 ( A $10 deposit is required to secure yourself a place in the event ).  See you there !


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Gallery Sales / Catering:
Tony Straccia
0404 149 617
131 Sturt Street,
Adelaide SA 5000
tony@indigenu.com.au
Online Art Sales:
Louisa de Vries
0425 750 415
louisa@indigenu.com.au
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