KU ARTS ACKNOWLEDGES THE MANY ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLAND NATIONS ON WHOSE LANDS WE ARE LIVING AND CREATING. OUR HEAD OFFICE IS LOCATED ON KAURNA COUNTRY. WE ACKNOWLEDGE THE KAURNA PEOPLE AS THE TRADITIONAL OWNERS OF THIS LAND AND RESPECT THEIR LIVING CULTURE.
The work we do together
Launched in 2018, the Dunjiba Design jewellery project presents local culture through contemporary art and design, providing employment, skills and income to local artists.
During the Art in Prison pilot participants engaged with creative arts as a means to express culture, reconnect with country and explore art as an economic pathway for rehabilitation once released.
The Dunijba Designs project supported by Ananguku Art seeks to create a social enterprise business model that will provide employment, skills and an income to local artists.
This project and associated carving workshops are part of an ongoing strategy to support the revival of traditional cultural practice for Nukunu and Adnyamathanha men in the Port Augusta region.
The workshop was an intense introduction to the medium and was designed to allow the artists to adapt their existing artistic style to working with glass.
Ringbalin is a multi-arts project which takes place along the Murray-Darling River, from Queensland to South Australia, uniting Indigenous communities through the maintenance of ceremonies and artefact making and the transfer of cultural knowledge from elders to young people.
Creative workshops and professional development opportunities for Aboriginal artists living in Coober Pedy and those who may be visiting from other communities.
This project aimed to create a body of work that both expressed the artists relationship to their environment, while drawing attention to the serious issue of environmental protection and conservation.
Award winning artist Damien Shen delivered an artistic development program for artists in Port Pirie and surrounding areas.
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