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Indigenous Jewellery Project

When:
Selected Dates until Tue 05 Jul 2022
Also on: Thu 30 Jun
Cost:
Free
Details:
Founded in 2013, the Indigenous Jewellery Project (IJP) is the first nation-wide Indigenous Australian contemporary jewellery project. IJP works with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-owned art centres across Australia, running workshops on country with traditional Indigenous jewellers, founding curator Emily McCulloch Childs and leading contemporary jewellers. The aim of these workshops is to strengthen and continue existing traditions and facilitate artists to develop a career as exhibiting contemporary artist jewellers.

Indigenous Jewellery Project at Object Space exhibits a selection of jewellery created during workshops held between 2016 and 2021 in NSW and NT that were supported by Australian Design Centre.

Exhibiting artists
Marrnyula Mununggurr / Birrpunu Yunupiŋgu / Pamela Marrawayamala Yunupiŋu / MandyY. Wanambi / Dianne Kennedy / Donna Brown / Denise Buchanan

Exhibition dates: 2 June – 5 July

Object Space is our window gallery located at the Australian Design Centre HQ on William Street, Darlinghurst, on view 24 hours a day.
Location:
Australian Design Centre, 101-115, William Street, Darlinghurst, 2010
Contact:
Alix Fiveash on
  02 9361 4555

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