Tarnanthi Exhibition

Milpatjunanyi celebrates the profound importance in Aṉangu culture of drawing, a practice that forges tangible connections to story, law and culture – whether it be by drawing in sand to teach or drawing on bodies for dance and ceremony. The exhibition showcases works by early-career artists working at art centres across the Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands. Their mediums range from paintings, works on paper and prints to ceramics and jewellery, with each work activating the deeply held value of drawing that articulates Tjukurpa (ancestral beliefs).

Artists include

Sharon Adamson, Betty Chimney, Lynette Lewis, Mary Pan, Anyupa Stevens, Judith Walkabout, Raylene Walatinna

Special events

Opening event
Wed 16 Oct, 6pm

Kunmanara (Mumu Mike) Williams book launch
Sat 19 Oct, 2pm


Wheelchair accessible, accessible toilet

Presenting partner
  • APY Art Centre Collective