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Welcome to Iwantja Arts

  • 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...

  • Rosalind Tjanyari
    Meet our artists Rosalind Tjanyari

    “I was born here in the little clinic and my family and friends are all here. My mother and my grandmother are ngangkari (traditional healers,) they are always...

  • 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...

  • Photo of Alec Baker
    Meet our artists Alec Baker

    “I was a stockman for a long time, we were all working really hard. I was riding in front mustering bullocks and breaking horses. We’ve been teaching people the...

  • Maisie King
    Meet our artists Maisie King

    “I was born in Oodnadatta and I went to school there. When I was a young lady I was working to clean homes for people at the station. Today I’m painting the tjukurpa...

  • Vincent Namatjira
    Meet our artists Vincent Namatjira

    “When I’m painting I just think about how to make the story work, what I want to show, and I hope that it’s a good one. I enjoy painting; it occupies me, it keeps me...