- November 22, 2018You are invited to JOE GUYMALA IS IN THE BUILDING at Provenance Arts To be opened by Marcus Schutenko, Director, MAGNT at 2 pm 24th November 2018 Joe Guymala began painting five years ago at his outstation Manmoyi in western Arnhem Land. His first works were immediately quirky and captivating. He seized the attention of curators and collectors in a group show in 2016 with his bold imagery and dense application of ochre and unique rarrk. A finalist in the 2018 NATSIA Awards, we are delighted to present his first solo exhibition with works on paper, bark and lorrkon created over the last three years. Joe will be performing at the opening. Exhibition open until 23 December. For a digital catalogue email firstname.lastname@example.orgNovember 13, 2018Hello friends - Provenance Arts, our new gallery/arts/culture hub in Darwin needs your support. We've launched a Start Some Good crowdfunding campaign with some utterly fabulous REWARDS. Please go and have a look at the 14 beautiful limited edition prints we're offering. They were all created by 8 women artists from around Australia with the theme of 'Women's Fertility' for a special event in 1999. This is the first time since then they've become available. Plus we're busy preparing for Joe Guymala's first solo exhibition, also to be held at Provenance Arts and opening on 24th November. If you're looking for affordable and ethical Xmas gifts please browse our online Etsy store - with lovely cushion covers, bags and hand-printed fabric lengths.October 26, 2018This weekend sees us with a stall at Tarnanthi Art Fair at Tandanya in Adelaide. Open Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 October - go along and say hello to our team there and browse our beautiful stock up close. Affordable, ethical and good quality. Adelaide peeps, you'll love the art fair with more than 40 art centres showcasing their stock under one roof. As the visitors to our art centre in Gunbalanya start to dwindle we have the time and energy to get online!!! This WEEKEND a SALE in our Etsy shop. Be quick to get bargains: 20% off all bags and 10% off everything else until Sunday night. Perfect time to get some ethical gifts for your friends and family. Also we've just uploaded a bunch of little paintings in our online shop. All under $150. If you're in Darwin don't forget we have Provenance Arts - filled with beautiful stock and offering a range of lovely experiences.
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Injalak Arts and Crafts Aboriginal Corporation
Gunbalanya, East Arnhemland, NT
Unique senior arts leadership role in one of Australia’s most remote and stunning locations.
This newly-created role requires a combination of indigenous arts management expertise, high-level business skills, cross-cultural communication and management, as well as tourism, marketing and retail knowledge.
The role reports to an Aboriginal Board and has oversight over 2 key businesses with a turnover of around $2.5M. Operations include a highly successful art centre, and Darwin-based gallery, Provenance Arts.
Injalak Arts is the home of world renowned figurative paintings on bark and paper, limited edition fine prints, high quality naturally dyed baskets and weavings and unique fabric designs. Injalak Arts is at the forefront of providing indigenous employment, economic and tourist opportunities on-country.
Injalak Arts also services a network of culturally rich outstations on the West Arnhemland plateau.
Provenance Arts is a newly established business in Darwin that provides visitors with the opportunity to buy indigenous art sourced from community-based art centres throughout Australia.
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