Punu - living wood

Sunday 14 April - Sunday 2 June
2019
10am to 5pm
Sturt Gallery & Studios, Cnr Range Rd & Waverley Pde, Mittagong
Phone. 02 4860 2083
shop@sturt.nsw.edu.au
www.sturt.nsw.edu.au
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An exhibition of works featuring walka board paintings and wood carvings by selected artists represented by Maruku Arts, Uluru NT.

This new collaboration between Sturt and Maruku Arts will feature work by senior artists Niningka Lewis, Billy and Lulu Cooley and over 20 other artists including generations of the Cooley family - David Cooley, Sissy Cooley and Janey Cooley.
Maruku Arts support over 900 artists from the communities surrounding Uluru. Based in Mutitjulu Community, and in the shadow of Ayers Rock Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Maruku today is one of the largest and most successful Indigenous owned and operated arts organisations. This exhibition is a celebration of punu - objects and paintings that incorporate timber.
Billy and Lulu Cooley will be in residency at Sturt for 2 weeks from 8th April and will give a series of free demonstrations and talks during this time - contact Sturt for details.
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