Help us continue supporting art and artists in Central Australia and beyond
Here, Lucy Parakhina, 2018.
Photo credit: Lucy Parakhina.
Belly, curated by Zoya Godoroja-Prieckaerts, 2017.
Group exhibition featuring new work created in response to the word belly from the perspective of women.
Photo credit: Pete Raftos.
Phoebe Beard’s Travelling Artist Residency open studio and work on WTS’s The Writing On The Wall public noticeboard, 2018.
Photo credit: Phoebe Beard.
Residency in preparation for The Lost Dance Project in the WTS gallery space, 2018.
Dancers/Choreographers: Frankie Snowdon, Madeleine Krenek, Benjamin Hancock and James Andrews.
Photo credit: Benjamin Hancock.
Susan Gourley's Travelling Artist Residency with accompanying exhibition,
Searching For Dialogue, following her month-long residency, 2017
Frankie Snowdon performing at the WTS Annual Lofty Awards, 2017.
Photo credit: Emma Collard.
Performance at Mega Fauna Sightings in Alice Springs, Joseph Burgess, exhibition opening, 2017.
Photo credit: Zoya Godoroja-Prieckaerts.
TOP: The making of Apmere angkentye-kenhe (A Place for Language), meeting inside the shed 2017.
Amelia Turner, Beth Sometimes, MK Turner, Veronica Dobson, Ali Furber
BOTTOM: Language and knowledge transfer during the shed's opening hours
More photos of Apmere angkentye-kenhe here
25 MORE is supported by Creative Partnerships Australia through Plus1.