TJALA ARTS AMATA COMMUNITY, APY LANDS, SA, AUSTRALIA
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TELSTRA PRIZE 2012
Sylvia Ken and Barbara Moore shortlisted; Barbara Moore Painting Prize winner.
DESART PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE
Winner Rhonda Dick
TELSTRA PRIZE 2011
Alison Riley People’s Choice Award winner; Hector Burton and Ray Ken shortlisted.
COVER OF TJUKURPA DIARY 2011 AND 2012
TELSTRA PRIZE 2010
Tjungkara Ken and Wawiriya Burton shortlisted.
TELSTRA PRIZE 2009
Ruby Williamson and Ray Ken shortlisted.
Tjala Arts took part in the inaugural Mbantua Festival held in Alice Springs last week, with a fabulous display of car bonnet artworks. The car bonnets were a collaborative project created alongside Tjunga Palya, to be displayed in an outdoor exhibition at Telegraph Station for the duration of the festival. The festival was a lively event featuring a range of Indigenous stories and cross cultural collaborations told across various mediums including dance, artwork, song and even some car crashing and motor mechanics!
Several senior women from Tjala Arts travelled from Amata to attend the event. It was a fantastic weekend and the Tjala ladies were excited to take part, their voices could be heard singing and performing traditional Inma throughout the day and even attracted a new fan in Jessica Mauboy!