Women’s Tjukurrpa Dreaming

An Exhibition of Contemporary Indigenous Art in the Atrium Gallery


Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by WAKARTU CORY SURPRISE of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Mukurutu. [108/07] (Atelier Acrylic Paint on 14oz Canvas)

WAKARTU CORY SURPRISE (dec)

Mukurutu

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by NYUJU STUMPY BROWN of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Warla. [pc571/06] (Atelier Acrylic Paint on 14oz Canvas)

NYUJU STUMPY BROWN (dec)

Warla

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by WAKARTU CORY SURPRISE of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Tapu. [pc531/04] (Atelier Artist Acrylic on 11oz Cotton Duck)

WAKARTU CORY SURPRISE (dec)

Tapu

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by WAKARTU CORY SURPRISE of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Jilji. [pc517/04] (Atelier Artist Acrylic on 11oz Cotton Duck)

WAKARTU CORY SURPRISE (dec)

Jilji

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by WAKARTU CORY SURPRISE of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Pirntiti Warla. [291/07] (Atelier Acrylic Paint on 14oz Canvas)

WAKARTU CORY SURPRISE (dec)

Pirntiti Warla

05 Mar 2009

To celebrate the International Women’s Day and the achievements of Australian Indigenous women, ReDot Gallery and the Australian High Commission present a all female exhibition.

A selection of works from Mornington Island and Mangkaja Arts showcasing senior female Australian Indigenous painters Sally Gabori, Paula Paul, Stumpy Brown and Cory Surprise.

From 5th March to 30th April 2009

Australian High Commission

25 Napier Road

Mon-Fri 8.30am-5pm

Free Admission (all visitors will need to present photo identification)