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Welcome to Iwantja Arts

  • Jennifer Whiskey
    Meet our artists Jennifer Whiskey

    “My dad’s name is Whiskey, he was painting at Iwantja Arts for a long time, and he knows this country really well. When we were kids, dad used to take all of us into...

  • Photo of Sandra Goodwin
    Meet our artists Sandra Goodwin

    “I was born in the bush near Mimili and grew up at Indulkana, back then there were little tin sheds for houses, and I was living with my grandmother Angkuna Baker. I...

  • Ngila Mungkuri
    Meet our artists Ngila Mungkuri

    “My dad is Peter Mungkuri and my mother is Maisie King, all of us are painters at Iwantja Arts. When I was young dad would take us to stay in country and he taught me...

  • Jeannie Wallatina
    Meet our artists Jeannie Wallatina

    “My name is Jeannie, and I was born in the bush near the Mimili community. I grew up in a little tin house with my sister Judy and my two brothers. I’ve worked at the...

  • Priscilla Singer
    Meet our artists Priscilla Singer

    “I know strong tjukurpa (traditional stories) that my mother and my aunties taught me. My mother Sadie Singer started the art centre a long time ago, it’s important...

  • Maringka Burton
    Meet our artists Maringka Burton

    “I am a senior lady at Iwantja, and I began working as an artist a long time ago. Me and Mrs Singer were the first women artists here. I help look after the art...