Yamaji Art, in partnership with Geraldton Streetwork Aboriginal Corporation and the Arts and Cultural Development Centre, recently had a successful exhibition opening called ‘Referendum for Social Change 1967 – 2017’. The exhibition explores artists response to the 1967 referendum on the 50th anniversary. The 1967 referendum made history as Australians voted an overwhelming YES to […]
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Yamaji Art in partnership with Mundaring Art Centre were pleased with the turnout on opening night at the recent exhibition of the “Gurawu” Collection. Opened with a Welcome to Country by Wadjuk Elder, Professor Simon Forrest, the night seen an impressive turn out of over 100 people who admired the bright colours of the impressionistic […]
We are pleased to announce that Yamaji Art will be exhibiting existing and new works for “The Gurawu collection” at the Mundaring Art Centre next month. The collection consists of impressionistic interpretations of the cultural stories about the wildflowers in the Midwest of Western Australia. This technique was imparted to the artist during a professional […]
Yamaji Art’s NAIDOC 2016 exhibition is “Gurawu + Sky Culture Lines” showing at the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery.
Yamaji Art are pleased to announce the opening of the Gurawu – Share Sky exhibition in Central Park Building in Perth.
St John of God Hospital foyer was packed with indigenous art and art connoisseurs for the opening of Barbara Merritt’s first solo exhibition. The renowned Yamaji artist unveiled the show last Friday, with a collection of traditional dot paintings and more modern collages.