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Tue 25 June, 7 - 9pm

O’Regan Arts and Cultural Common Galleries
Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College,
128 Miller St, North Sydney

Image: Courtesy Maruku Arts. Selina Kulitja Artwork: Kungkarangkalpa – The Seven Sisters Acrylic on canvas 61 x 90 cm

Maruku Marketplace will showcase artworks from across Central Australia’s Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara and Nyangatjatjara communities. From the Anangu-owned Maruku art centre located on Anangu traditional homelands, comes a selection of artworks that tell stories of place, language and ceremony. Artists and knowledge keepers come together for this exhibition showcasing wood objects, carvings and paintings, as part of a process of cultural exchange and social justice with Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College over the last 11 years. Proceeds of sales go directly back to the artists and their communities, so this is a celebration not to be missed.

Tuesday 25 June, 7 – 9pm
Wednesday 26 June, 10am – 6pm
Thursday 27 June, 10am – 6pm
Friday 28 June, 10am – 3pm

Cost: Free

Enquiries: Kate Watson or 9409 6200

Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College