Maicey Lalara, Abby & Celina celebrating an incredible weekend in Darwin!
It’s a wrap!
A big congratulations to the artists and team who worked tirelessly to make our time Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair wonderful.
Thank you to all our customers for valuing everyone’s hard work and talent with many of you returning more than once.
A huge congratulations to Annabell Amagulaand Bernadette Watt’s who’s stunning entry to this years Telstra art awards was selected as a finalist, and is now available to experience at MAGNT in Darwin.
This year the art fair was bigger and better than ever, the whole Anindilyakwa team felt proud to see so many in Darwin rocking bush dye and representing Anindilyakwa Arts.
It was especially moving to watch Emily Wurramurra represent Anindilyakwa in Bush Dyed threads during her performance at the Telstra NATSIA awards.
See you next year, Darwin!
Annabel Amagula & Bernadette Watt with their work
Maicie Lalara, Emily Wurramurra & Noleen Lalara before the NATSIAA awards night
Maicey Lalara & Celina Ernst enjoying the performance
Anindilyakwa singer songwriter Emily Wurramurra performing at the NATSIAAs in Bush Dye
View of the Anindilyakwa stand, can you spot the bush dye amungst the crowd? Photo: Dylan Buckee
Annabel Amagula, Maicey Lalara & Sharna Wurramara faciliating a ghost net weaving workshop at DAAF
Sharna Wurramara teaching a DAAF participant to coil weave with ghost net