SALA 2014 – Rain Songs by Justinna Sims Naparljari


July 26th, 2014

Justinna comes from Yuendamu, NT and speaks the Walpiri language. Her artwork is highly sought after for it's dramatic black and white dot work depicting the day the big rains came and the associated songs..  The Mina Mina is a place west of Yuendumu, significant to her people who are the custodians of the dreaming that created the area.  It describes the journey of a group of selected women who traveled east gathering bush food, collecting Ngalyipi (snake vine) and performing ceremonies as they traveled.  She is the custodian of the iconography she creates and tells stories of the day the big rain came and the associated rain songs.


Latest giftware has arrived.


July 26th, 2014

For those who have been waiting for the new stock to arrive... it's here now.  There are new Indigenous, dog collars, tea towels, cup and saucer gift sets, drink thermos, umbrellas and I think more....  Most of the giftware stock moves pretty quick so don't be afraid to ask me if I'm out of something, I can always order in more.



NAIDOC 2014 in pictures


July 10th, 2014



Giftware Range


June 17th, 2014

We always try to have a nice range of items priced in the $15-$50 range for the gift giver.  We understand that not everyone has the resources to buy a significant piece of work, and our artists actually really love to create the small sampler canvases to show off the themes and stories that they know.  At Christmas time we always have hand painted baubles for the Christmas tree, and all year round there are always a range "mini" canvases for purchase.   We have also added a range of gift cards with prints of work that have come in through the gallery at different times. We love the unique hand-made stuff the most, but we do also have a small range of mugs/platters, some umbrellas on offer (sourced from reputable suppliers) available at the moment as well.   Its the right time of year to buy an umbrella, if you are on the lookout for a "little" something special feel free to drop in and have a look around..  



The Myanmar Project Exhibition 5th June 6pm


May 13th, 2014

Please come along to our Myanmar charity event, helping to raise funds for the prevention of elephantiasis in Burma. The Myanmar Project (Myanmar AKA Burma) is a pilot program to help prevent elephantiasis, a disfiguring and disabling disease that affects millions of people in the poorest regions of the world. Indigenu will be donating 10% of proceeds to the Myanmar project.  We are proud to host this exhibition and very pleased to have Rachel Sanderson MP and MC Grant Cameron along to officiate the event.  Indigenu Catering will be providing some complementary finger foods and wine while you take in the lovely artworks on display.   Please feel free to come along and bring a friend or two, we love to have your company and it's all for a good cause. A charity auction will also be held as part of the evenings proceedings.



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