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2018: Looking Forward – Old Victoria Hotel to open as Yindjibarndi Cultural Museum and Gallery
2018: Looking Forward – Old Victoria Hotel to open as Yindjibarndi Cultural Museum and Gallery The refurbishment of Roebourne’s historic
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September 2018: Artists Exhibit at Colours of Our Country Exhibition, Perth
In late August, 14 Juluwarlu Artists’ Centre artists showed 31 artworks as part of Rio Tinto’s annual Colours of our
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August 2018: Juluwarlu undertakes flora research with WA Botanic Garden
August 2018: Juluwarlu undertakes flora research with WA Botanic Garden Twelve years ago, Juluwarlu’s CEO, Lorraine Coppin began intensively researching
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July 2018:
July 2018: Juluwarlu Men’s Shed When Artist-Mentors, Eveline Kotai and Giles Hohnen returned for two weeks in June-July, Giles and
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April 2018: Juluwarlu Artists shine at Revealed!
April 2018: Juluwarlu Artists shine at Revealed! Immediately after Easter, six Juluwarlu artists travelled to Perth for the Revealed Arts
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November 2017: Exclusive Native Title Announced at Jinderwarrinha
November 2017: Exclusive Native Title Announced at Jinderwarrinha On the 13th November more that 200 Yindjibarndi families, Western Australian politicians,
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December 2017: Juluwarlu Artist Selected for REVEALED Exhibition
December 2017: Juluwarlu Artist Selected for REVEALED Exhibition Great News! Although our Juluwarlu artists program has only been running for
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October 2017: Making a Gift for the Federal Court of Australia
October 2017: Making a Gift for the Federal Court of Australia After hearing that Justice Rares was coming to share
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September 2017: Juluwarlu artists partner with 5 other Aboriginal Arts Centres
September 2017: Juluwarlu artists partner with 5 other Aboriginal Arts Centres Cultural Futures Partnership funded! In June 2017, Juluwarlu’s Artist
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October 2017: True Stories Project
Our True Stories: 1967-2017 project application has won support from the Western Australian Department for Culture and the Arts. The
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