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Nora Davidson uses the traditional walka (pattern) in her paintings
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Papulankutja Artists

“Papulankutja Artists are tremendously welcoming. We’ve visited many times and guests love seeing the art and the painters at work. It’s fascinating to visit an Aboriginal community and see an art centre in action. The quality of the art and the reasonable prices make Papulankutja a highly recommended destination.”

Connie Beadell, Beadell Tours

Painting on country

Telling traditional stories

As well as their paintings, Papulankutja Artists are known for their innovative fibre work and carvings from local wood which are called punu.

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Directed by artists

Registered with Office of Indigenous Registered Corporations

 

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“Papulankutja Artists is a professional and welcoming art centre with some excellent artists. I took a group of about 20 people to visit and they were delighted to see the artists at work. It was such a privilege to share their stories and we bought some beautiful artworks."

Judith Hugo
Art Curator, North Metro TAFE
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Mantamaru Artists are located in
Jameson, Ngaanyatjarra Lands, WA.

Feature - A well driven track leads to a good hunting ground and the way back to Balckstone

Painting on Country

Telling traditional stories

Feature - The first ever parade in Blackstone for the festival in 2019

Community-Based
Enterprise

Facilitating economic and social benefits

Feature - Arts worker at Mantamaru Ethel Narelle Holland learning to use email and the internet for her work

Provenance

Full documentation provided

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Art Centre

Engaging with communnity

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