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Warlayirti Artist and Culture Centre [electronic resource]
Bib ID 4224635
Format OnlineOnline
Online Access
Description 200? 
Series

PANDORA electronic collection

Summary

Website for Warlayirti Artists, who represent over 350 artists in the Kutjungka region of northeast Western Australia, including emerging young artists and some of Australiaαs leading contemporary Indigenous artists; these include Eubena Nampitjin, Elizabeth Nyumi,Boxer Milner, Tjumpo Tjapanangka and Helicopter Tjungurrayi; Warlayirti Artists maintain an exhibition program to help develop the artistsα careers and maintain their profile; they also operate a successful retail business for the benefit of the artists and the sustainability of the Art and Culture Centres, recognising the importance of striking a balance between these two areas of demand.

Website for Warlayirti Artists, who represent over 350 artists in the Kutjungka region of northeast Western Australia, including emerging young artists and some of Australia's leading contemporary Indigenous artists; these include Eubena Nampitjin, Elizabeth Nyumi,Boxer Milner, Tjumpo Tjapanangka and Helicopter Tjungurrayi; Warlayirti Artists maintain an exhibition program to help develop the artistsα careers and maintain their profile; they also operate a successful retail business for the benefit of the artists and the sustainability of the Art and Culture Centres, recognising the importance of striking a balance between these two areas of demand.

Partial contents Art centre, Culture centre, Home, About us, Programmes, Activities, Visiting Warlayirti artists, Contact. 
Notes

Title from webpage (viewed 19/7/07)

Indigenous artists include: Eubena Nampitjin, Elizabeth Nyumi, Boxer Milner, Tjumpo Tjapanangka and Helicopter Tjungurray, Bai Bai Napangarti Sunfly, Kathleen Paddoon and Nancy Naninurra.

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Selected for archiving

Subjects Warlayirti Artists.  |  Warlayirti Culture Centre.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Western Australia -- Balgo.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Western Australia -- Exhibitions.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian -- 21st century -- Exhibitions.  |  Cultural Awareness -- Australia.  |  Culture and tourism -- Australia.  |  Enterprises - Arts and crafts.  |  Enterprises - Tourism.  |  Art - Economic aspects - Markets - Marketing.  |  Community development.  |  Art - Crafts - Glass works.  |  Art - Artists.  |  Kukatja people (A68) (WA SF52-02)  |  Art - Collections.  |  Cultural heritage.  |  Art - Galleries.  |  Balgo / Wirrimanu (Central WA Tanami Desert SF52-02)  |  Art - Artists  |  Art - Crafts - Glass works  |  Art - Galleries  |  Art - Collections  |  Art - Economic aspects - Markets - Marketing  |  Community development  |  Cultural heritage  |  Enterprises - Arts and crafts  |  Enterprises - Tourism  |  Balgo / Wirrimanu (Central WA Tanami Desert SF52-02)  |  Kukatja people (A68) (WA SF52-02)

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