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The year seems to have flown by and it is time for our final newsletter for the year. All of us here at Iltja Ntjarra would like to take this opportunity to wish every one of our supporters a festive Xmas and a safe and happy new year!

Iltja Ntjarra will be CLOSED from the 16.12.2019-06.01.2020.
DESERT MOB 2019!
This year's Desert Mob was a huge success with all four works entered being acquired by Araluen Art Centre. This is a huge honour for the artists and affirmation of their hard work and dedication. Congratulations Mervyn Rubuntja, Hubert Pareroultja, Gloria Pannka and Kathy Inkamala for a remarkable achievement.
                                                                                                                         Image above: James Henry, Desart 2019
 
Our Market day was also a huge success with record sales. It is encouraging to see our supporters are growing in numbers and appreciation for the Hermannsburg school movement expanding. 

Our artists Clara Inkamala, Mervyn Rubuntja and Gloria Pannka also participated in this year's Desert Mob symposium to talk about two major projects they has worked on this year. For more information you can read about them here and here

We would like to say a big THANK YOU to Araluen Art Centre and Desart for their tireless work in making this spectacular event possible, to be enjoyed and appreciated by so many. Kala Marra!
TARNANTHI FESTIVAL
Image: Flinders University Museum of Art, October 2019. Photograph Ryan Cantwell
The exhibition Tjina Nurna-ka, Pmarra Nurna-kanha, Itla Itla Nurna-kanha: Our Family, Our Country, Our Legacy was the outcome of a twelve-month collaboration between Iltja Ntjarra/ Many Hands Art Centre and Flinders University Art Museum, which was championed by the Art Gallery of South Australia. The project supported Tarnanthi curator-in-residence Marisa Maher to curate an exhibition responding to the South Australian collection of historic watercolours by artists associated with Ntaria (Hermannsburg). In this image co-curators Marisa Maher and Nic Brown discuss the concepts behind the exhibition.  
 
Left: Our artists Vanessa Inkamala, Betty wheeler and husband, Marcus Wheeler with our arts worker Gloria Moketarinja and assistant manager Marisa Maher.
Right: The Hermannsburg potters and Iltja Ntjarra stall overcrowded with customers at this years Tarnanthi Festival stall. Thank you everyone who came along and supported us. 

We would also like to extend a huge thank you to Tarnanthi Festival, Art Gallery of South Australia and Flinders University for making this year the success it was. 
                           BIENNALE OF SYDNEY
                          "HOMELESS ON MY HOMELAND"-Vanessa Inkamala
We are super excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at the 22nd Biennale of Sydney (2020), titled NIRIN. A huge thank you to our dear friend Tony Albert who was here during August working with our artists on this special project, addressing the issue of homelessness. Our artists will be travelling to Sydney in March for this exciting event, so stay tuned for more details. 

 
                         ILTJA NTJARRA MURAL
We are very grateful to Arts NT for their support in making our art centre upgrades possible. Our new mural is finished and has made our courtyard come alive with colour thanks to the hard work of artists, Kathy Inkamala, Vanessa Inkamala, Dellina Inkamala and Benita Clements.
 
                          XMAS AIATSIS MARKET
If you are in Canberra be sure to come and say hi at the  AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market from the 6th-7th December. We would love to see you!
 
                     JAPINGKA ABORIGINAL ART
We are excited to be kicking off next year in a big way with our first show at Japingka Art Gallery in February 2020. Please visit their website for more details and updates. 
 
Title: Tjoritja/ Wes MacDonell Ranges, NT. Artist: Ivy Pareroulta 
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