The Tarnanthi Art Fair presents more than forty art centres and over 200 artists from across Australia during the Festival’s opening weekend.
Festival goers, collectors and art enthusiasts have the opportunity to meet and buy works of art direct from artists. Art production is a key source of income for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and the Art Fair brings together urban, regional, emerging and established artists from across the nation exclusively to Adelaide, works of art available for sale are priced between $50 and $5,000.
Participating Art Centres
APY Art Centre Collective: Iwantja Arts, Mimili Maku Arts, Kaltjiti Arts, Ernabella Arts, Tjala Arts, Tjungu Palya, Ninuku Arts; Baluk Arts; Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre; Bula’bula Arts Aboriginal Corporation; Erub Arts; Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts Aboriginal Corporation; Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre; Hermannsburg Potters; Iltja Ntjarra/Many Hands Art Centre; Injalak Arts and Crafts Association; Jilamara Arts and Crafts – Milikapati; Kimberley Aboriginal Artists: Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency, Mowanjum Aboriginal Art & Culture Centre, Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Warmun Art Centre; Maruku Arts; Merrepen Arts Centre; Mimi Aboriginal Art and Craft; Munupi Arts & Crafts; Palngun Wurnangat Aboriginal Corporation; Spinifex Hill Studios; Tangentyere Artists; Tiwi Design; Tjanpi Desert Weavers; Tjutjuna Arts (Ceduna Arts + Culture Centre SA): Koonibba, Oak Valley Artists, Yalata; Warlayirti Artists, Warlukurlangu Artists of Yuendumu; Western Desert Mob: Kayili Artists, Papulankutja Artists, Tjarlirli Art; Warakurna Artists; Yarrenyty Arltere Artists
Aṉanguku Arts and Culture Aboriginal Corporation, Helena Geiger, Netty Shaw, Anita Wells
The TARNANTHI Art Fair is presented in partnership with Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute.
2017 Art Centres
Tarnanthi 2017 - Erub Arts Collaborative
Tarnanthi 2017 - Yarrenyty Arltere