Shop ethical this Christmas in the Aboriginal Art Precinct! All four art organisations will be opening their doors from 10am until 2pm on Saturday 1 December, giving you more time to visit if you’re unable to make it during weekdays.
We have some special pressy treats in store for you this year. Our artists have been painting up a storm on these adorable Xmas tree ornaments. Also just landed are our long awaited sock merchandise featuring artwork from Mervyn Rubuntja and Vanessa Inkamala. Who wouldn't love a pair of these unique socks for Christmas.

 In addition to this Saturdays event all organisations will be open their usual trading hours in the lead up to Christmas.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
In addition to the beautiful paintings and merchandise available at Iltja Ntjarra Many Hands Art Centre, we will be launching What if this photograph is by Albert Namatjira? – Revisisted. 
-Curated by Marisa Maher and inspired by the 2017 exhibition at AGSA 

This is a project by contemporary Western Aranda artists working within the heritage of Albert Namatjira or ‘Hermannsburg school’ of watercolour painting. This project engages a less well-known aspect of this heritage – photographs. The artists have created a body of paintings in response to photographs from the South Australian Museum’s Battarbee Collection, which includes the rich photographic archive of the Victorian artist Rex Battarbee. These photographs were mostly taken in the mid to late 1930s in and around Ntaria/Hermannsburg, mostly through Tjoritja/the West MacDonnell Ranges.
 -Tom Nicholson

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