ARTHUR GUY MEMORIAL PAINTING PRIZE 2023
Congratulations to Alcaston Gallery represented artist NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD who has just been announced as a FINALIST in the $50,000 acquisitive Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize 2023 at the Bendigo Art Gallery on exhibition 25 November 2023 - 18 February 2024.
TARNANTHI 2023/TIGER YALTANGKI & DJAKANGU YUNUPINGU
ART GALLERY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
20 OCTOBER 2023 - 21 JANUARY 2024Alcaston Gallery represented artists TIGER YALTANGKI and DJAKANGU YUNUPINGU will be presenting solo presentations at the forthcoming TARNANTHI 2023, Australia's leading contemporary festival showcases the latest contemporary works by hundreds of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across Australia from 20 October 2023 - 21 January 2024 at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.
To view the full program for the Tarnanthi Festival including artist and curator talks, workshops, film, music and performances, please follow this LINK
MAJOR IWANTJA PUBLICATION LAUNCHED AT TARNANTHI 2023
The major new publication IWANTJA Iriti|Kwari|Titutjara: Then|Now|Always will be launched at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, as part of Tarnanthi 2023. This beautifully illustrated bilingual hard cover book, published by Thames and Hudson, charts the history of Iwantja Arts, the culturally rich creative hub in Indlukana Community in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara of South Australia. Told through the artists' own words, the publication features Alec Baker, the late Kunmanara Peter Mungkuri, Tiger Yaltangki, Nellie Ngampa Coutlhard and many more.
This major publication IWANTJA is available for purchase via Booktopia.
FROM THE DIRECTOR: WHY I AM VOTING YES FOR AN INDIGENOUS VOICE TO PARLIAMENT
Beverly Knight, October 2023
Exhibition Launch •Meet the Artists Event
We are excited to announce that BEN MCKEOWN, KAREN MILLS and DEAN SMITH will be present for the launch of the exhibition CLAY. Clay will bring together solo presentations by the three artists working with clay, who have each developed a site-specific practice that speaks to hyper-localised experiences, histories, and connections to the land and clay.