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Aboriginal women go to Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair 2015

Aboriginal women go to Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair 2015

Gemma Robins

Nagula Jarndu women were invited to run workshops at the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) in August 2015.

They also participated in workshops by other cultural groups including Ghostnet weaving. DAAF allowed the Nagula Jarndu women to engage with new audiences and display their creations which includesframed paper works, unframed paper works, textile lengths, cushion covers, dolls, baskets, scarves, wrapping paper, candles, cards, stitched canvases, wall hangings and soaps.

 

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Project name: Aboriginal women go to Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair 2015

Funding recipient: Yawuru Jarndu Aboriginal Corporation

Amount approved: $3,000

Funding program: Quick Response Grant 

Region: Kimberley


The enthusiasm of the general public was awe-inspiring. Many who had attended the DAAF in previous years were extremely impressed with the Nagula Jarndu works as they were original, unique and beautiful. The colours of the works are very ‘Broome’ and therefore very different to any other textiles and artworks on show.”.


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