Yamaji Art was successful in their application to the Minderoo Foundation’s Indigenous Creative Fellowship. This fellowship seen Yamaji Art artist’s provide a creative response to Sir John Forrest’s expedition from Geraldton to Adelaide in 1874. The trip across state led the explores into uncharted territory eventually leading them into difficulties locating water for the explores […]
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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 […]
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 […]
On Tuesday 13 August, Yamaji Art’s Gemma Merritt was announced as runner up for the 2013 SKA Art Prize for her piece, Orien’s Belt at the official opening of the SEEING STARS exhibition in Melbourne.
Please Note: Yamaji Art will be closed from Friday April 12 until Thursday April 18th for the 2013 Revealed: Emerging Aboriginal Artists from Western Australia exhibition in Perth.
Yamaji Art artist Charmaine Green was recently featured in the ABC online video series: How Art Changed My Life. The series explores how art can enrich the lives of everyday people from around Australia. Real people, real stories.