Congratulations to all the artist on a successful opening night for their exhibition “Together, Walking Beneath the Night Sky”. The exhibition bought together 12 Artists from both Yamaji barna and Noongar boodja, who together celebrated the night sky by sharing stories of their culture, childhood memories, time on country and how their individual belief systems […]
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Star Dreaming has won the award for ‘Best Education Film’ at Dome Fest West 2022! Internationally award winning now, in Los Angeles USA Chosen from a field of 47 official selections, we’re honoured to have won! we’re happy to hear that US audiences enjoyed the film. Dome Fest West: It is an Immersive Dome Film […]
Yamaji art recently facilitated and worked alongside community participants at the Bundiyarra Irra Wangga Language Centre’s, 2 day Aboriginal Women’s Forum out at Gunnadoo Farm. Over the 2 days 20+ participants worked on a community collaborative artwork representing the participants from 11 language groups from all across the Midwest region.
“We are delighted to announce that Star Dreaming is a finalist in the Premier’s Science Awards in the Chevron Science Engagement Initiative of the Year category. This recognises an outstanding contribution to community awareness interest & participation in science in Western Australia. Stay tuned, winners announced in August Congratulations to our wonderful team of collaborators!!” […]
Yamaji Art, in partnership with Prospero Productions, Curtin University and Project3, recently showcased the 180 degree fully immersive experience Star Dreaming at the annual Shore Leave festival in Geraldton. The film takes a look to the stars and take a breathtaking journey through science and Aboriginal culture – a mind blowing fusion of live action […]
In collaboration with Julie Dowling and John Curtin Gallery, Yamaji Art are excited to present to you her most recent exhibition “Bidya Gurlbarl – Open Secret”. Currently exhibiting at the John Curtin Gallery the collection of works explores Dowling’ s “stories of her own First Nation family, Dowling re-presents the violence and power imbalance […]