SALA 2020 - Grounded in Culture
A very personal exhibition in Roxby Downs from local Aboriginal artists residing in the community. The exhibition has been called ‘Grounded in Culture’ to cement the sentiments of the artists and their cultural roots.
The Minyma Talk group is an Aboriginal Women’s networking group specifically set up for Aboriginal Women, Aboriginal Children and partners of Aboriginal men. The group provides a safe place and an outlet for social interaction, expand and teach their talents, support one another and promote their overall state of mind and well-being.
The artists have experimented with different mediums to display a unique collection of art works.
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A special thanks to all involved
Kerry Orr, Demmy Orr, Jodi Fereti, Sandy Gibb, Marlene Walker, Lizzi Bancroft, Rose Miller and CJ Clancy.
Pictured from left to right - Lizzi Bancroft, Sandy Gibb, Demmy Orr, Kerry Orr and Jodie Fereti
Meet the artists
DIY Weaving Workshop
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Watch the video below for a tutorial on traditional basket weaving - with Jodie Fereti and Sandy Gibb.
The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is a statewide festival of visual art.
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