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Welcome to Iwantja Arts

  • Judy Wallatina
    Meet our artists Judy Wallatina

    “When I was young, my dad used to take me and my brothers into the bush for finding tjala (honey ants) and hunting malu (kangaroo,) we would go the traditional way,...

  • Julie Yatjitja
    Meet our artists Julie Yatjitja

    “I was born in the creek at Iwantja, and grew up there in a wiltja (handmade shelter.) Some missionaries came and were living near the ridge. We would visit them at...

  • 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...

  • 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 (...

  • Nola Baker
    Meet our artists Nola Baker

    “I like living here at Indulkana, the APY Lands are my home, and it’s the home for my mother and grandmother. I grew up here and enjoy painting with all of my family...

  • Dianne Robinson
    Meet our artists Dianne Robinson

    “I grew up at Iwantja with the Tjanyari family, and went to school in Adelaide; when I graduated I worked with the young children at the Indulkana family centre, and...