Exhibition Type: Painting

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.

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.

That's What She Said

That’s What She Said

That’s What She Said brings together work by Indigenous and non-Indigenous female artists from across the country.

41st Katherine Prize

41st 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.

Yidumduma Bill Harney, Bush Professor

Yidumduma Bill Harney, Bush Professor

One of the last fully initiated Wardaman elders, Yidumduma Bill Harney is regarded by many as a national living treasure, the quintessential Renaissance man using his paintings, carvings, songs and storytelling to communicate his Indigenous knowledge to the world.

Big Rivers: West to East

Big Rivers: West to East

This exhibition showcases works from four art centres in the Katherine Region; Durrmu Arts (Peppimenarti), Merrepen Arts (Daly River), Djilpin Arts (Beswick and Katherine) and Ngukurr Arts (Ngukurr).

Flight Risk

Flight Risk

Flight Risk is a beautiful and compelling exhibition which highlights the plight of many Northern Territory endangered bird species.

Jan Milner: A Survey

Jan Milner: A Survey

This diverse exhibition of works sourced from private collections around the country allows great insight into Jan Milner’s understanding of the landscape and culture of the Big Rivers (Katherine) region.

Holding Silence

Holding Silence

Twelve NT artists present their unique visions of the expereince of being in and responding to country in the Northern Territory.

The Art of Rarrk

The Art of Rarrk

This is Manuel Pamkal’s second solo exhibition in the K space at Godinymayin, following on from his successful Dalabon Art exhibition in 2013.

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