Presented by Salon Art Projects in association with Spinifex Hill Studios
This extraordinary exhibition is a physical record of the incredible life of the late artist, storyteller and language worker Nyaparu (William) Gardiner.
For many years Nyaparu recorded and wrote Nyangumarta language and stories. He painted about his childhood in the 1940s before the Pilbara Aboriginal strike of 1946, as well as his work on pastoral stations throughout the Pilbara and the Kimberley. For the last few years of his life Nyaparu lived in Port Hedland, his childhood home.
Image Nyaparu (William) Gardiner, Untitled
- Photo Bo Wong
Words & Ideas
Tue 11 AugBuy Tickets
From lounge rooms to emergency wards, settle back to listen to stories from the heart!
Shellie Morris & Guests
Wed 12 AugBuy Tickets
A celebration of Indigenous language and song with musical legend Shellie Morris
Streets of Darwin
Caiti Baker, Arran Barker, Broadwing, Tracey Bunn, Ben Evolent, Mandy Garling, David Garnham & Stevie Jean
Sun 16 AugBuy Tickets
We’re closing DF20 with a musical love letter to the streets of our town