APY ART COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION

APY ART COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION

Sparkke at the Whitmore will celebrate the powerful women of the APY Lands in conjunction with the APY Gallery this SALA season with our exhibition, Minyma Mayatja. Translated into English, Minyma Mayatja means Powerful Women. As a female founded and led company, Sparkke takes particular pleasure in sharing this exciting celebration of female artists with you. 

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In this multi-artist exhibition, Sparkke is proud to assist the APY Gallery provide a platform for emerging Indigenous artists from the APY Art Centre Collective to connect with a wider audience outside of their remote communities. Exhibitions such as this provide talented artists with professional development opportunities while building a network within the industry. 

This is our personal invitation to you, as we welcome you back to Sparkke at the Whitmore to experience the first viewing of ‘Minyma Mayatja’. 

Minyma Mayatja will be on display in the Queens Room and Club Lounge (upstairs at the Whitmore), from August 1-31, during the pub’s opening hours. The exhibition will feature paintings, sculptures, jewellery and ceramics. All of the work will be for sale, with 100% of the proceeds going to the APY Gallery.

ABOUT THE APY GALLERY

The APY Art Centre Collective is a group of 11 Indigenous owned and governed enterprises. Located in the APY Lands, they work with a united vision and voice on strategic business initiatives and collaborative artistic projects.

The APY Gallery showcases artists working across a wide range of mediums from painting, traditional punu (wood) carving, weaving, textiles, new media and digital photography. These emerging young artists have watched, listened and learned from their grandparents, the senior men and women of the APY Lands. It is now the young people’s turn to find new ways of sharing these traditions and stories.

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