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JONAS JAJA enables the exchange of cultural practices for Aboriginal women from different tribes and promotes the celebration of arts and culture for and by Aboriginal women. The repair of the Seven Sisters songline for our Stolen Generations, displaced mob and country, underpins the project. Songlines tell the stories of dreaming tracks that cover the country. The Seven Sisters songline traverses the country from east to west, north to south and travels through Barngarla country from Port Lincoln to Whyalla, Iron Knob, Port Augusta and up through Beltana.

The gallery will serve as the hub for a growing roster of exhibitions, cultural workshops and small events, providing a safe space for Aboriginal women’s healing and the facilitation of education with non-Indigenous people. Located at the gateway to the stunning Flinders Ranges, the gallery features fine art from the APY Lands, Western Desert, Central Desert and local Aboriginal artists as part of the national conversation about working together for a shared future.

spring exhibitions

The gallery opened Saturday 6 July marking the start of NAIDOC. The VOICE. TREATY. TRUTH. exhibition featured fine art from the APY Lands, Western Desert, Central Desert and local Aboriginal artists as part of the national conversation about working together for a shared future.

Our next exhibition Art Back is part of the Brush with Art trail and will open 19 September and run until 29 September. Then our Desert Exhibit will open on the long weekend, showing from 3 -13 October. The gallery opening hours are 10am – 3pm from Thursday – Sunday during the exhibition dates. We have also just confirmed our first live music event for Friday 4 October. More details coming soon.

The response to the opening of the gallery has been overwhelmingly awesome for the artists, the songline and the healing that is already taking place in the space. Massive shout out to the community of people supporting us and our sponsors Lino Ramble and Prancing Pony Brewery and We Create Print Deliver.

spring exhibitions

The gallery opened Saturday 6 July marking the start of NAIDOC. The VOICE. TREATY. TRUTH. exhibition featured fine art from the APY Lands, Western Desert, Central Desert and local Aboriginal artists as part of the national conversation about working together for a shared future.

Our next exhibition Art Back is part of the Brush with Art trail and will open 19 September and run until 29 September. Then our Desert Exhibit will open on the long weekend, showing from 3 -13 October. The gallery opening hours are 10am – 3pm from Thursday – Sunday during the exhibition dates. We have also just confirmed our first live music event for Friday 4 October. More details coming soon.

The response to the opening of the gallery has been overwhelmingly awesome for the artists, the songline and the healing that is already taking place in the space. Massive shout out to the community of people supporting us and our sponsors Lino Ramble and Prancing Pony Brewery and We Create Print Deliver.

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