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Annie Moors – Artist in Residence

Annie Moors – Artist in Residence

In May 2021 Yolŋu emerging artist Annie Moors, usually based in Darwin, undertook a two week residency at our Art and Culture centre in far North East Arnhem Land. During the two weeks Annie was mentored by her family members and esteemed artists; Helen Galanmirriwuy,...

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Gapu Gularri Yothu Yindi at Musée du quai Branly, Paris

Gapu Gularri Yothu Yindi at Musée du quai Branly, Paris

Over 8 months we worked together with staff from the Musée du quai Branly, Paris. We curated an exhibition of a selection of artworks from Milingimbi held within their collection and shared our knowledge that is tied to each work. The bark paintings and sculptures...

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The passing of knowledge through generations

The passing of knowledge through generations

In late 2019 Milingimbi artists were invited by curator, Nici Cumpston, to create new works that explored the theme of sharing between generations. The below text was written for the accompanying exhibition catalogue.  It is not surprising that, in these times, we...

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Garrawurra are singing and waking up the young girl

Garrawurra are singing and waking up the young girl

Garrawurra are singing and waking up the young girl. They are standing on my mother’s country—singing from sunrise to sunset. This is women’s secret sacred ceremony. The deep story is not for here. —Susan Balbunga Susan Balbunga’s mother’s country of...

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Djalkiri Community Collection

Djalkiri Community Collection

At the end of 2019 we received the incredible news that the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation would support the development of our Djalkiri Community Collection. This funding has enabled our organisation to advance a project which is close to the hearts of all our art...

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Bäpurru – artist memorial

Bäpurru – artist memorial

The Milingimbi Artist Memorial was conceived in 2018, following the sudden death of an important artist, director and art worker. The memorial was made by representative artists from each of the resident clans in Milingimbi.  Each artist etched a copper plate that...

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Reinvigorating the MECA collection

Reinvigorating the MECA collection

Reinvigorating the MECA Collection is a collaboration between Milingimbi Art and Culture, CDU Art Collection and Art Gallery, CDU’s Yolngu Studies and Bula’bula Arts.  It brings together a stunning selection of 64 works from the Milingimbi Education and Cultural...

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Milingimbi Art and Culture Aboriginal Corporation

The Milingimbi Art and Culture Aboriginal Corporation is a community owned Art Centre that maintains an important position in the national art and cultural arena. Milingimbi Art and Culture has a long history of producing works steeped in active cultural practice such as barks, ceremonial poles, carvings and weavings. Works from Milingimbi are integral to important collections in many National and International institutions.

 

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A: Lot 53 Gadupu Rd, Milingimbi via Winellie, NT 0822
P: (+61) 8987 9888
E: art@milingimbiart.com

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