Join us for a final celebration of Tarnanthi 2023. Enjoy spoken word responses to works of art in the Tarnanthi exhibition, music by talented First Nations musicians, insights into the festival from the Tarnanthi Team and more.

SA First Nations Writers Group and Writers SA

Inspired by the Tarnanthi exhibition, the SA First Nations Writers Group and Writers SA have been developing written responses in a multitude of forms as an addition to the ongoing dialogue that is Tarnanthi. Hear poetry, essay excerpts and much more from these prolific writers in the exhibition space for an added perspective on the powerful works.
Gallery 22C

Simi Vuata

We're excited to welcome First Nations and Fijian singer/songwriter Simi Vuata to the AGSA courtyard for a set of soothing yet powerful vocals and lush keys. With roots in Gospel music and influences from the likes of John Legend, Simi's soulful voice is the perfect companion to the final weekend of Tarnanthi 2023.

In Conversation - Tarnanthi Team

Hear insights and final remarks from the crew who brought this year's Tarnanthi Festival to fruition.
Gallery 22C

Film Screening -
Her Name is Nanny Nellie

View an exclusive screening of Daniel King's Her Name is Nanny Nellie. A quest undertaken by Irene Walker, Daniel's Grandmother, to reclaim history and reframe how Australia remembers her Great Grandmother Nellie Walker and give names to those who were forgotten.
Radford Auditorium

6-7.30pm (Offsite)
Yarta Wandatha – Story tells of Land

Tjarutja Dance Theatre Collective explores connection to land and stories of the night sky in this music, dance and projection art experience involving Kaurna, Ngarrindjeri, Adnyamathanha and Aṉangu communities.
APY Gallery Adelaide