Barkly Regional Art is excited to launch Desert Harmony Festival 2023. The festival will take place from Friday 28 July until Sunday 30 July in Tennant Creek. A celebration of the Barkly region's diverse communities and rich artistic [...]
In December, Barkly Regional Arts hosted renowned photographer, Jesse Marlow. Travelling from Melbourne, Jesse joined the team for a week of trips to Community, visiting the studios in Epenarra, Canteen Creek, Elliot and Tennant [...]
Throughout the early weeks of December, Barkly Regional Arts' Winanjjikari Music Centre team hosted Australia's longest surviving Indigenous band; Coloured Stone. Music icons, Bunna Lawrie and Jason Scott made the long drive up to [...]
‘The bloodwood trees grow around the Epenarra. They grow flowers. There are lots on the Frew. This is my Father’s Country” - Rita Kemarr Beasley (translated from Alyawarr to English by Jessie Beasley). Rita [...]
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Barkly Regional Arts acknowledges the Aboriginal peoples who live in the Barkly region. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work. We pay our respects to the Elders of this land, past, present and emerging.