STAUNCH foregrounds queerness, exposing the diversity of possibilities that reside within Aboriginal identities. The exhibition presents a curated collection of work created by queer Aboriginal contemporary visual artists, presented alongside responses from four Aboriginal poets and against the backdrop of a previously unheard soundscape. STAUNCH celebrates Blak liberation found in ideas, in love and in togetherness. It is curated by Ngarrindjeri, Kaurna and Italian writer and artist Dominic Guerrera.

Artists

Ali Gumillya Baker
Mirning people, South Australia

Natalie Harkin
Narungga people, South Australia

Wanitjari Juanita Sumner
Ngarrindjeri people, South Australia

Kym Michael Wanganeen
Narungga/Kaurna/Ngarrindjeri people, South Australia (deceased)

Peter Waples Crowe
Ngarigo people, New South Wales/Victoria

Arika Waulu
Djap Wurrung/Peek Wurrung/Dhauwurd Wurrung people, Victoria

Alison Whittaker
Gomeroi people, New South Wales/ Queensland

Raymond Zada
Barkindji people, New South Wales

Curated by Dominic Guerrera

Special Events

Tarnanthi Closing Night Celebration
Sun 30 Jan, 4pm
Registrations for this event will be available via the Nexus Arts website closer to the date

Access

Wheelchair accessible, accessible toilets
Accessible parking nearby at Lion Arts Centre entrance, Morphett Street

Presenting Partner

Nexus Arts