Celebrate the New Year with inspiring stories from First Nations artists. Gifted singer songwriter Vonda Last, Ngaanyatjarra people, shares powerful stories. Artist Kent Morris, Barkindji people, shares insights into his work on display in the Tarnanthi exhibition, and Sonya Rankine, Ngarrindjeri/Ngadjuri/Narungga/Wirangu people from Lakun Mara shares stories and teaches the traditionally known Ngarrindjeri weaving stitch which is also the same as what the Ngadjuri people use.

Guided Tours - SUSPENDED

From 5.30pm
Live Music Performance
Vonda Last

Gifted singer-songwriter Vonda Last performs a selection of original songs. Vonda’s approach to storytelling is warm and honest as she draws on classical, gospel, country and soul influences to paint melodic tunes with a strong sense of the Australian landscape and way of life.

From 5pm
The Studio

Drop into The Studio to create your own boab sculpture and cover it in designs inspired by Tarnanthi feature artist John Prince Siddon, Walmajarri people, Western Australia.

Capacity 15

Weaving Workshop
Sonya Rankine

Join Tarnanthi artist Sonya Rankine, Ngarrindjeri/Ngadjuri/Narungga/Wirangu people, South Australia of Lakun Mara in a weaving workshop to learn traditional Ngarrindjeri and Ngadjuri weaving techniques.

Sorry, booked out but some spaces may be available on the night.

Tarnanthi Artist talk
Kent Morris

Join Nici Cumpston OAM, Artistic Director of Tarnanthi to learn more about the work of Barkindji artist Kent Morris.

Capacity 20