Arts Programs

For more than 50,000 years, Yindjibarndi people have sustained our country, knowledge, Law and our well-being through our language, arts and crafts and cultural practices. Many Yindjibarndi are interested in becoming more involved in arts and crafts that celebrate our culture. Arts and cultural projects are known to contribute to better health and well-being and self-confidence.

Painting, making children’s books, sculpture, digital arts and documentary projects, photography projects, children’s art and cultural projects, and coordinating intercultural artist’s camps are becoming part of our ways of working – to preserve our Culture, Law, Language and Health & Well-being. Arts and Cultural Projects promote our culture to the world.

Arts News

Our True Stories: 1967-2017 project application has won support from the Western Australian Department for Culture and the Arts. The
Our third Residency welcomed Eveline Kotai and Giles Hohnen, acclaimed Western Australian artists who came with a multitude of new
Evolving Yindjibarndi interdisciplinary artist, Katie West, worked with our Juluwarlu Artists for two weeks exploring our flora – roots, flowers,
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