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The Star Dreaming – Seven Sisters – 2020 $1 Coin

Yamaji art are so proud to announce that after almost 3 years working with the mint that a limited edition coin has been released. The coin is adorned with artwork by Christine Collard – Seven Jijas.The coin shares the sky story of the Nyarluwarri (seven sisters) which is a cluster of stars in the constellation […]

Youth Leadership in Aboriginal Visual Arts Industry

Art centres are so much more than canvases and paints. We play an important part in the professional and personal development of our artist and staff. Whether this be providing creative direction and support or encouraging people to step outside their comfort zone. We truly believe in fostering the next generation of leaders in our […]

Sky Talks to Us

Sky Talks to Us

Yamaji Art were recently commissioned to complete a piece for the Berndt Museum of WA. The museum was showcasing a collection of works for an exhibition “Salt Water Mapping” This collaborative piece included artist such as Charmaine Green, Barbara Merritt, Margaret Whitehurst, Sonya Edney, Sheryl Green, Jennifer Green, Glenda Jackmara, Lennell Papertalk, Lakeisha Winter and Roni […]

yamaji art leggings

Yamaji Art turns art into Fashion

Geraldton Guardian feature article on the Walking with the Stars fashion shoot. Yamaji Art created limited edition leggings based the Walking with the Stars collection which forms a part of the “Shared Sky” exhibition.

Common Ground Exhibition Opening Mundaring Art Centre

This exhibition aims to draw upon the multicultural fabric of Perth, the multiplicity of distinct cultures from around the world, a tapestry full of food traditions related to gathering, creating and serving a meal.  These edible experiences come laden with tales of migration, homecoming, meeting places, and personal adaptation.

Luminous Dreams in a Resounding Success-UWA Centenary Event

The Luminous Dreams project was developed by the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts (UWA) and the Australian Urban Design Research Centre with the generous support of the City of Greater Geraldton.