PARIS – 7 June to 30 Sep 2018 – Exhibition ” Ngaldjorlhbo | Mother of Everything | Mère de Toute Création ” showcases the multi-disciplinary artistic creative process of the women artists from Maningrida (West Arnhem Land) in collaboration with Maningrida Arts & Culture and Babbarra Women’s Art Centre.
ABC Radio Darwin has published an article on Bábbarra Women’s Centre, covering their involvement in IDAIA’s upcoming exhibition in Paris Ngaldjorlhbo | Mother of Everything | Mère de Toute Création.
“From West Arnhem Land to the streets of Paris, a collection of works from a remote art centre is completing a cross-cultural journey like no other.”
PARIS – 7 to 10 June & 16 June 2018 – The Festival of Aboriginal Australian Cinema in Paris presents a rich program of films and events, celebrating cinema from a First Nations perspective.
USA – From 20 April 2018 to 7 July 2019, Kluge-Ruhe’s ‘Beyond Dreamings’ exhibition reveals how Indigenous Australian artists have forged one of the most globally significant art movements of our time.
USA – From 7 Sep 2016 to 24 Feb 2019, exhibition “Marking the Infinite: Contemporary Women Artists from Aboriginal Australia” launches North America tour in five distinguished museums.
Developing regular and on-demand educational programs in Australia and overseas.
Curating and organising exhibitions throughout the world
Advising for the acquisition of ethical and quality art works from the 100+ Aboriginal art centres spread across Australia.
From 7 Jun 2018 to 30 Sep 2018
Passage du Grand Cerf, Paris (FRA)
From 20 Apr 2018 to 7 Jul 2019
Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection (USA)
From 1 Dec 2017 to 20 May 2018
Pierre Arnaud Foundation, Lens (CHE)
June 7, 2018
Paris (FRA) - France
May 16, 2018
Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney (AU) - Australia
May 11, 2018
Sydney (AU) - Australia
Opening & Events Program
December 9, 2017
Pierre Arnaud Foundation (CHE) - Switzerland