Yuttu Dugitj – growing together – Koskela lampshade

Yuttu Dugitj – growing together – Koskela lampshade

The literal meaning of Yuttu Dugitj can be both ‘a seed growing’ or ‘a grey hair sprouting.’ Margaret Gamuti explains that Yuttu Dugitj is also a metaphor for the senior and young women coming together at their art centre to share skills and ideas, to work...
Reinvigorating the MECA collection

Reinvigorating the MECA collection

Reinvigorating the MECA Collection is a collaboration between Milingimbi Art and Culture, CDU Art Collection and Art Gallery, CDU’s Yolngu Studies and Bula’bula Arts.  It brings together a stunning selection of 64 works from the Milingimbi Education and Cultural...
Weaving Workshop at WHOLE studio, Paris

Weaving Workshop at WHOLE studio, Paris

Ganalmirriwuy and Nalmakarra’s shared their process of dyeing and weaving artworks from plant fibres, roots and leaves harvested in Yurrwi and the surrounding Crocodile Islands with natural dye processes of Paris based artisan Aurélia Wolff. During this event...
Yurrwi in Europe – Basel, Genéva, Freiburg and Paris

Yurrwi in Europe – Basel, Genéva, Freiburg and Paris

  In early September 2018 Milingimbi artists Helen Ganalmirriwuy and Ruth Nalmakarra will travel to Europe at the invitation of the Museum der Kulturen, Basel. In Europe the artists will work with museum staff, exhibit their artwork and deliver public workshops...