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Welcome to Iwantja Arts

  • Phot of Trisha Singer
    Meet our artists Trisha Singer

    “We travelled quite a bit when I was young, from the south where the ocean meets the desert right into the APY Lands. All the roads were red dirt, there was no...

  • Photo of Sally Cullinan
    Meet our artists Sally Cullinan

    “When I was little we lived at Oodnadatta in a wiltja (handmade shelter,) it was a good time with my friends and mum and dad there. We used to go walking around to...

  • Whiskey Tjukangku
    Meet our artists Whiskey Tjukangku (1939 – 2015)

    Born in the bush, Whiskey grew up at the Ernabella mission. As a young man he worked as a desert stockman alongside life-long friends and painting colleagues Alec...

  • 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 Reggie
    Meet our artists Jeannie Reggie

    “I came to Iwantja with my auntie. My father was a ngangkari (traditional healer) and he was working at the little clinic here. I learnt to speak English at the...

  • Edna Yaltangki
    Meet our artists Edna Yaltangki

    “I grew up at the Indulkana community with all of my family. I love living here – it is the best place! My favourite season is winter, when the country gets cold, and...