Artist: Various Artists

Bladwoda Deluge

Bladwoda Deluge

Reflecting on the 1998 Katherine Flood (Lukin bek na 1998 Kajarin Blad). This exhibition marks the 20 year commemoration of the 1998 Katherine flood.

Still In My Mind

Still In My Mind

A collaborative exhibition exploring the Wave Hill Walk Off through Gurindji eyes, Artback NT presents Still In My Mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality.

43rd Katherine Prize

43rd Katherine Prize

The annual Katherine Prize encourages Indigenous and non-Indigenous residents of the Northern Territory to develop their art practice and showcase their skill to the region.

Fecund: Fertile Worlds

Fecund: Fertile Worlds

This exhibition showcases artists from the NT and across Australia whose work addresses the deep relationship between humans and the natural world.

Ngerringkrretj - We Hold Strong

Ngerringkrretj – We Hold Strong

This exhibition will be the world premier of new paintings, works on paper, sculptural weavings and film from the remarkable artists of Peppimenarti.

Injalak Fabric a-Dressed

Injalak Fabric a-Dressed

Injalak Arts in West Arnhem Land has recently launched Get On It, inviting professional designers, dressmakers and students to create fashion garments with Injalak Arts textiles.

Puṉuku Tjukurpa

Puṉuku Tjukurpa

Puṉuku Tjukurpa is an exhibition celebrating the stories and Law of Anangu culture told through intricate carvings and artefacts. The first touring exhibition of artworks from the Maruku Arts archive based at Mutitjulu near Uluru in the Northern Territory, Puṉuku showcases a rich, sacred history.

42nd Katherine Prize

42nd Katherine Prize

This annual event encourages Indigenous and non-Indigenous residents of the Northern Territory to develop their art practice and showcase their skill to the region.

Djilpin Decade: Gapu – Water

Djilpin Decade: Gapu – Water

Djilpin Decade: Gapu – Water is a rare opportunity for the general public to view ten years of Djilpin Arts printmaking in the one space.

Apologies to Roadkill: Life and Death in Contemporary Australian Art

Apologies to Roadkill: Life and Death in Contemporary Australian Art

Exploring guilty pleasures of the human psyche, Apologies to Roadkill: life and death in contemporary Australian art outlines vulnerability, mortality and the cyclical nature of life in works by 11 Australian artists from across the country.

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