Artitja Fine Art are delighted to be returning to Ballardong country to celebrate the arrival of spring throughout September with their fifth annual exhibition of First Nations artists at Gallery 152 in York, WA. Our exhibition will be bright, bold colourful paintings, sculpture, ceramics and weaves from remote community art centres throughout WA, Arnhem land, Tiwi Islands and desert regions.

Since 2004 Fremantle-based Artitja Fine Art has established itself as one of Perth’s most reputable and accessible Indigenous art galleries known for its innovative business model which includes a quarterly exhibition program in select venues and at all times offering an expert and personalised by-appointment service enabling art lovers to view art in a home environment.

In its practice as Indigenous Fine Art dealers, Artitja Fine Art makes a commitment to value the culture of the Indigenous people of Australia and treat with respect art centres, the artists and the art which is such an important part of the continuation of the culture.

DATES: Sat 3 Sep – Mon 26 Sep

TIME: 10am-3pm

VENUE: Gallery 152  |  152 Avon Terrace, York

PRICE: Free entry

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the beautiful lands on which The York Festival takes place, the Ballardong Noongar people. We honour and pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging.

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