Danjoo Interwoven
April 19, Calendar, Exhibitions, February 19, March 19, Visual arts

Visual Arts: Danjoo – Interwoven

15 Feb – 6 Apr @ Midland Junction Arts Centre ·
Presented by Midland Junction Arts Centre ·

‘Danjoo – Interwoven’ celebrates local Aboriginal culture, Country, language and visual arts practice in Western Australia, proudly presenting new and recent artworks by eighteen Aboriginal artists from or now residing in the south west corner of the state. Danjoo – meaning together in Bibbulmun Noongar language reflects the bringing together of established, mid-career and emerging Aboriginal artists working in diverse art forms, presenting artworks that speak of local Aboriginal culture and contemporary, personal, social and political issues.

Curated by Wadandi/Minang/Koreng Bibbulmun artist Lea Taylor and Midland Junction Arts Centre Curator Greg Sikich, ‘Danjoo – Interwoven’ features the work of Deborah Bonar, Lance Chadd, Julie Dowling, Jeanette Garlett, Naomi Grant, Linda James, Bradley Kickett, Rohin Kickett, Norma MacDonald, Janine McAulley Bott, Esther McDowell, Lewis Nannup, Daniel Roe, Lea Taylor, Jo Ugle, Mandy White, Desmond Woodley and Boyden Woods.

Opening celebration Friday 15 February 6:00 pm- 8:30pm
Exhibition continues 16 February – 6 April

More info
W: www.midlandjunctionartscentre.com.au
E:  info@mundaringartscentre.com.au

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Image: Julie Dowling, Wiru - 3,2,6,7, 2018 - 9.5cm x 9.5cm Acrylic, mica gold and plastic on canvas
Calendar, June 18, May 18, Visual arts

Visual arts: Exhibition: Wiru by Julie Dowling

25 May – 29 June, Viewing Times: 25 May – 29 June 2018, Wed-Fri 10am – 5pm
@ Midland Junction Arts Centre ·
Presented by Mundaring Arts Centre ·

Renowned Badimaya artist Julie Dowling presents an exhibition of new works as documentation of the revival of First Nations languages within local and global contexts. For Wiru Dowling’s suite of miniature portraits represents a community actively decolonising through the acts of documenting, learning and speaking Badimaya on Country in the Mid-West of WA.

Supported by Yamaji Arts.

More info: www.mundaringartscentre.com.au/current-exhibitions/julie-dowling
Email: info@mundaringartscentre.com.au

Image: Julie Dowling, Wiru – 3,2,6,7, 2018 – 9.5cm x 9.5cm Acrylic, mica gold and plastic on canvas

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