Hailing from the remote Arlparra community in the NT, the unstoppable force that is Newboys Band have triumphantly returned with their second EP, Cheater. Following the success of their self-titled debut release, this explosive [...]
The second annual Nguku festival took place in Elliot in the last week of September. This gathering was initiated in 2022 as a collaborative project between Arid Lands Environment Care and Barkly Regional Arts, with [...]
Emma Donovan performing at the Variety Spectacular As Desert Harmony Festival 2023: Kunjuku, Anyinginyi, Jangarlki Kapi Kaminya Palpuru; Respect, Identity and Healing, comes to a successful close, we look back on a weekend of sharing [...]
In 1966 Linguist Prithvindra Chakravarti came to Warumungu country to meet local people and study Warumungu language. Funded by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies (AIAS, now AIATSIS), Chakravarti made audio recordings of Apparr [...]
After her sell-out exhibition last year, Lindy Brodie has opened her second solo show at Suzanne O'Connell Gallery in Brisbane, Still Life: Series Two. "When I go to the bush, I like to do painting: [...]
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