The refurbishment of Roebourne’s historic hotel by the Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation is close to completion with the Opening scheduled for
In late August, 14 Juluwarlu Artists’ Centre artists showed 31 artworks as part of Rio Tinto’s annual Colours of our
Twelve years ago, Juluwarlu’s CEO, Lorraine Coppin began intensively researching and recording the knowledge that Yindjibarndi and Ngarluma Elders and
When Artist-Mentors, Eveline Kotai and Giles Hohnen returned for two weeks in June-July, Giles and Juluwarlu’s Lauchie Gillett hatched a
Immediately after Easter, six Juluwarlu artists travelled to Perth for the Revealed Arts Festival, Exhibition and Art Market day. On
On the 13th November more that 200 Yindjibarndi families, Western Australian politicians, and friends of Yindjibarndi people streamed to the
Great News! Although our Juluwarlu artists program has only been running for 7 months, nine Juluwarlu Artists have been selected
After hearing that Justice Rares was coming to share his judgement and celebrate the granting of Exclusive Native Title to
Cultural Futures Partnership funded! In June 2017, Juluwarlu’s Artist Centre joined together with 6 Remote and Regional Aboriginal Arts Centres
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