Exciting Happenings

Exciting Happenings

October 17, 2016
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As we get closer to the end of the year, the pace has hardly slowed for us. Visitor numbers are declining as the weather gets hotter but we’re still getting some lovely customers and playing catch up with all the things we couldn’t do during peak season. Our Business Plan 2016-19 is now finished, thanks to consultant David Muller. It’s great to have a comprehensive, consultative document that describes us today and charts a way forward. Today we launched a Pozible crowdfunding campaign to fund the printing of this great project The Kunwinjku Counting Book featuring artworks by Gabriel Maralngurra. It will run for 29 days and supporters will receive the books in time for Xmas. Please check it out if you have time. Meanwhile we are working hard to improve the online shopping experience we offer to those who can’t visit us in person. We relaunched our Etsy Store this week so have a look, it will be updated regularly. We are currently preparing for the final exhibition for the year – at Framed Gallery in Darwin. Injalak Arts has had an association with this Darwin cultural institution, that recently celebrated its 30th year of operations, since we opened in 1989. The exhibition will feature panels for framing for interior decorating. All the panels are designed by our members and will be hand-printed in Gunbalanya. Some of the panels will also be available on-line, making them accessible to our customers all over the world. There are only three more Mindil Beach Markets for 2016 (they finish in last Thursday in October) and they’ve been a big success, sending a giant thank you to Liz Martin.
Finally, don’t forget Injalak Arts when you’re thinking Xmas gifts. We are open until mid December and happy to deal with any inquiries you may have.

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About Injalak Arts & Crafts Association

Injalak is a non-profit, community enterprise. The Art Centre here in Gunbalanya was officially opened in late November 1989. Prior to 1989 its origins were in a small shed used for screen printing. The building that now houses the various functions of the Art Centre is long and flanked on either side by covered verandahs. The artists work on either side of the verandah, sitting on the ground and grinding their ochres.

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