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Nganampa Kampatjangka Unngu: Beneath the Canvas : The Lives and Stories of the Tjala Artists

Tjala Arts, Editor
Format
Book
Published
Mile End, South Australia : Wakefield Press, 2015.
Language
English
ISBN
9781743053492, 1743053495
Contents
  • Part 1: Our Community: The Tjala Arts Story, The Land Rights Story, The Art Centre Story, The Punu (Wood Carving Story), The Tjanpi (Grass Weaving Story)
  • Part 2: Our Stories: Mick Wikilyiri
  • Paniny Mick, Tingila Yaritji Young, Maringka Tunkin, Sandra Ken, Freda Maria Brady, Freedy Ken, Frank Young, Tiger Palpatja, Kukika Tiger, Andrea Adamson Tiger, Rini Tiger, Sylvia Ken, Mary Pan, Iluwanti Ken, Brenton Ken, Ray Ken, Lucy Ken, Riby Williamson, Nit Williamson, Wawiriya Burton, Katanari Tjilya, Mr Wangin, Stanley Douglas, Ronnie Douglas, Maureen (Mona) Douglas, Betty Munti, Hector Tjupuru Burton, Tjampawa Kawiny, Tjimpayi Presley, Mona Mitakiki, Naomi Kantjuriny, Nyurpaya Kaika, Nurina Burton, Paddy Kunmanara, Anne Jacob, Barbara Moore, Gail Napangati, Meredith Daniel, Stanley WIndy, Nyunmiti Burton, Jennifer Ingkatji, Rhonda Dick, Anita Pan, Sharon Ken, Serena Ken, Mildred Robinson, Sharon Adamson, Brenda Douglas, Tjulkiwa and Itjiwalyi Watson, Mr Brady, Mrs Brady
  • Part 3: Our Exhibitions: Desert Country, Punu-Nguru, Contemporary Australia: Women, Heartland
  • Part 4: From the Outside: Tiger Palpatja, Bring Stories up to the surface, Tjala Arts
  • Part 5: on the Inside: Tjala Arts Directors
Keywords
Hetti Perkins
Phillip Toyne
Jonathan Jones
Judith Ryan
Diane Moon
Lisa Slade
Nici Cumpston
Genevieve O'Callaghan
Nicolas Rothwell
Philip Watkins
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    a| Tjala Arts, home to many of Australia's highest profile visual artists, is at the forefront of the western desert painting movement. It is widely recognised as an art centre with an unwavering commitment to the traditional values of holding and celebrating Tjukurpa. This drives Tjala Arts' pursuit of artistic excellence. Described by Senior Law Woman Nyurpaya Kaika as the 'true heart of Amata Community', Tjala Arts is located at the base of the Musgrave Ranges in the stunning Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands, South Australia. This vivid collection of stories and artworks allows a unique and exquisite insight into the individual and family histories that make the Tjala Arts story so important in the nation's cultural landscape.
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