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Welcome to Iwantja Arts

  • Betty Muffler
    Meet our artists Betty Muffler

    “I used to be travelling all the time by donkeys, a long way from Watarru to Ernabella and staying with my aunties. My mama (father) and aunties were Ngangkari (...

  • Photo of Angkuna Baker
    Meet our artists Angkuna Baker

    “I grew up in the bush near Areyonga, and when I was young my aunties taught me lots of inma (cultural songs and dances.) I worked at many cattle stations with Alec...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Nellie Coulthard
    Meet our artists Nellie Coulthard

    “I was born near the Wintinna Homestead close to Oodnadatta. When we were little my family had no house and no car, we were always walking wherever we had to go....

IWANTJA ARTS SUPPORTS A COLLECTIVE OF STUDIO ARTISTS WORKING WITHIN CULTURALLY RICH AND CONTEMPORARY ARTS PRACTICE