Group Exhibition: Fire Tracks, Works form the Barkly
Fire Tracks brings together work from four neighbouring Barkly communities, Ali Curung, Owairtilla (Canteen Creek), Tenant Creek and Wutunugurra (Epenarra).
The exhibition showcases paintings and ceramics by artists from Arlpwe Art and Culture Centre and the Artists of the Barkly Collective. Arlpwe (pronounced Ahl-boa) sits on Kaytetye Country in Ali Curung, an Aboriginal community about 400km north of Alice Springs. The art centre is a 100% Aboriginal owned non-for-profit, comprised of artists from the Kaytetye, Alyawarr, Warlpiri and Warumungu nations. Ali Curung, or Alekarenge, means ‘belonging to the dog’ referring to the dog dreaming site that the town sits upon.