Join Linda Joy, Artback NT's Emerging Artist in Residence and Darwin based practising visual artist, for a series of public programs to accompany her residency in Alice Springs. Linda's exhibition 'Alice Rocks' will be opening at 5pm on Thursday 6 November at Charles Darwin University Foyer, Alice Springs and will be followed by an artist talk at 5.30pm.
The Residency Arts Program is proud to present the Australian launch of Tamara Burlando's self-published book 'Papunya Smiles'.
Papunya Smiles is a project that started in 2009 when Argentinian artist and photographer Tamara Burlando and her partner moved to Papunya as youth workers. The experience had a dramatic impact on their lives, especially as their son Miro was born there.
'Those years are very important for me and for my family. As a thank-you to the community and as a means of informing and celebrating the vibrant reality of remote indigenous communities, I create this book, with a very special selection of photos'.'