Minymangku punu palyani (women doing punu) celebrates the intergenerational practice and skills of crafting punu (woodcarvings). The exhibition features traditional bowls, such as piti, mimpu and wira, made by senior and emerging punu artists. Traditionally produced for daily use, these bowls represent the diversity of stories and distinctive designs of Aṉangu women from the communities of Indulkana, Kalka, Mutitjulu, Warakurna and Warburton (Milyirrtjarra).


Cynthia Burke, Lena Dawson, Dianne Golding, Lillian Golding & Narelle Holland
Ngaanyatjarra people, Western Australia

Lulu Cooley, Yangi Yangi Fox & Dianne Strangways
Pitjantjatjara people, South Australia

Tanya Singer
Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara people, South Australia


Wheelchair accessible, accessible toilets, lift

Presenting Partner