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GOOLOGOOLUP NAIDOC SCREENINGS | Tjarlirli and Kaltukatjara Art

GOOLOGOOLUP NAIDOC SCREENINGS | Tjarlirli and Kaltukatjara Art

Tjarlirli Art Centre represents artists from Tjukurla in the Ngannyatjarra lands of Western Australia, while Kaltukatjara Art Centre is based in Docker River, Northern Territory. Both art centers have strong ties to the Papunya Tula movement, as families relocated from Kintore and Kiwirrkurra to return to their homelands in the mid-1980s.

Tjarlirli & Kaltukatjara Art is recognised for producing culturally significant work by both elders and young artists who are passionate about continuing the traditions of their parents.
These two community-owned Aboriginal art centres are united by family and a shared commitment to preserving stories, culture, and history. They serve as places where artists paint, share stories, maintain their culture, and connect to Country.
Works from Tjarlirli and Kaltukatjara Art exhibit daily from July 7 to 25 on the City of Perth’s Northbridge Piazza Superscreen and Forrest Place’s Arts Screen as part of the Goologoolup NAIDOC Screenings. See the festival guide for screening times. (
Image credit
Tali Tjukurpa – Joy Jackson (2024), Joy Jackson
Image Courtesy of Tjarlirli & Kaltukatjara Art
About the screening
The Northbridge Piazza Screen hosts a variety of screenings, from formal events like feature films, complete with bean bag seating for viewers, to more casual gatherings for sporting events and exhibitions (such as this screening). Here, visitors can relax on the lawn, savour the renowned culinary delights of Northbridge, or enjoy a stroll along James Street, taking in the vibrant artwork.
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    Event Showings

    Daily July 7 - 25

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    Free event

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    Northbridge Piazza

    Cnr Lake and James Street

    Northbridge WA 6003

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    Wheelchair access