2003 Exhibitions

SLOWLY THE HORIZON UNFOLDS

An exciting exhibition of contemporary paintings from
ANJOLU
Worrorra Woman from Mowanjum – West Kimberley
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Dec 4 – 31
Tokwapi (everything) Tiwi

Munupi Artists
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November 7 – 23
Jukurrpa Women
Jukurrpa Artists

Linda Brodie, Valerie Abbott, Rene Robinson and others
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Oct 9 – 31

Tasmanian Living Artists week (TALA)

an expose of local Tasmanian Aboriginal art
presented by the artists and with Aboriginal art introductory briefings
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Aug 22 – 31
From Sand to School House – Papunya Artists

a tribute to mark the recent passing of Geoffrey Bardon
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Aug 1 – 19
Trading Images

a selection of paintings used as currency
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July 17 – 28
Connecting Spirits

celebrating NAIDOC week & featuring works by resident artists at Art Mob over past 12 months
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July 6 – 15
Behind Bars

Aboriginal Prison Genre Art
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June 5 – 20
Lorna Naparrula Fencer

Solo exhibition
in residence May 15 – 18
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May 15 – 29
Ruby Williamson

Ngayuku Tjukupa
solo exhibition from Minymaku Arts, Amata S.A.
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April 17 – May 7
Tasmania’s Island Artists

works by Aboriginal Artists resident in Tasmania
Featuring works by Lola Greeno, Corrie Fullard, Judith-Rose Thomas, Allan Mansell & Ros Langford.
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March 27 – April 10
Bardi Dance Totems

Roy Wiggan’s Ilmas
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March 7-15
Balgo Brilliance

selected works from Balgo Hills artists
An eclectic display of 34 works from the desert art community of Balgo Hills. At the junction of the Tanamai and Great Sandy Deserts, Balgo is also home to one of Australia’s most distinctive varieties of Aboriginal Art. Balgo Hills is some 1200km north west of Alice Springs and is home to about 300 people.

Feb 7 – 28
Yidumduma Bill Harney

artist in residence
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Jan 18 – 31 2003