• Showcasing the finest in Australian Aboriginal art, the Artitja Fine Art Spring Salon will feature artists from remote Australian communities.

Spring Salon – Artitja Fine Art

The Artitja Fine Art Spring Salon will held at Gallery152 during The York Festival.

Artitja Fine Art showcases Australian Aboriginal art and the Spring Salon, which will feature artists from regional and remote communities from across the North-west, central Australia and the Northern Territory, will be presented in York for the first time. Artitja’s Salons have been a regular a feature of their annual program and the Spring Salon will include the work of some of its feature artists, such as sculptor and weaver Janine McAullay-Bott who will also be offering bush sculpture workshops during The York Festival.

Established in 2004 by Anna Kanaris and Arthur Clarke, Artitja have built a reputation for connecting cultures in communities from the North-west of WA, the central Australian desert, Northern Territory and Arnhem Land as well as in the South-west of Western Australia.

Artitja Fine Art Spring Salon will open on September 9th and extend through to the 24th September at Gallery152 on Avon Terrace. Gallery152 is open from 10am-3pm daily.