October 17, 2019

Inspired by Tarnanthi Festival

As the South Australian Tarnanthi Festival is now in full swing, we're taken the opportunity to shine a spotlight on our indigenous artists in celebration! . The artistic vision of the Festival is to offer new opportunities for Indigenous artists to create meaningful contemporary work and to extend their practices that they have been developing in studios, art centers, institutions, and communities. . This collection of works features new talent from across the country.

Curated by Sarah Newton

91cm (W) x 91cm (H)

Acrylic
$1,650

30cm (W) x 54cm (H)

Other Media
$400

80cm (W) x 110cm (H)

Acrylic
$2,500

25.5cm (W) x 20cm (H)

Acrylic
$300

20cm (W) x 20cm (H)

Other Media
$230

20cm (W) x 20cm (H)

Other Media
$250

40cm (W) x 120cm (H)

Acrylic
$880

80cm (W) x 80cm (H)

Acrylic
$450

122cm (W) x 122cm (H)

Acrylic
$2,400

60cm (W) x 90cm (H)

Acrylic
$880

21cm (W) x 29cm (H)

Drawing
$220

About the Curator

Sarah Newton

Sarah Newton is an artist and curator based in Melbourne. Born in Perth, she completed a Bachelor of Arts from Edith Cowan University. In her undergraduate studies, Sarah focused on and developed her practice as a painter and printmaker. . In 2017 she moved to Victoria to complete her Masters' studies in Arts Management from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, she graduated with distinction in 2019. Sarah is an active member of the arts community in Melbourne, frequently visiting exhibitions and was a guest judge for Mission to Seafarers annual Art Prize in 2018.

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