Lilthai Dreaming is an exhibition of Indigenous Australian Art encompassing paintings, bark paintings, and ceramics
Bibi Barba - Saltwater Women,Woka Woka, Dungutti, Cammeraygal, Gadigal, Yuin Nation
"Like many artists, my work tells a story. It's about my connection to family, to the land, where I was born, my struggles and triumphs."
Warnayaka Art Centre is located in the community of Lajamanu, 580kms south west of Katherine, Northern Territory in the Tanami desert.
The most important thing expressed by the artists across the generations is the need to preserve and pass on the knowledge of Warlpiri culture. This encompasses not only art, but includes language, social structure, law and country.
Biddy Yulngarri Jurrah/Long
Rosie Murnku Mark Tasman
Myra Patrick Herbert
Kitty Napanangka Simon
Elizabeth Nungarrayi Ross
Biddy Timms Napanangka
Molly Jinjingarli Tasman
The safety of our visitors, artists, teachers, staff and volunteers is vital.
We are observing strict physical distancing and hygiene measures to protect the health of visitors and staff and minimise the spread of Covid-19.
These include enhanced cleaning regimes, social distancing and limits on the number of people in the gallery, sanitiser and hand washing facilities and changes to our class sizes.
Don’t visit if you’re unwell or, if in the last 14 days, you have experienced cold or flu symptoms, have returned from overseas or have been to or had contact with someone from a Covid hotspot. Visitors are required to provide their name and contact details on arrival at the Gallery, to support contact tracing in line with NSW Health rules and our Covid-Safe plan.
floor markings and signage to help visitors maintain safe distances.
There are limits on the number of visitors overall and the Gallery space has its maximum capacity, based on the rule of 1 person per 4 square metres.
Please don’t touch the artworks.
We are also available for private viewings of our exhibitions by prior arrangement.