Wai – This is us!

This multi-phase project with master artists David Wilson (new media) and Tristan Kerr (Typography, visual arts) seeks to render audible the voices of Indigenous artists, displaying their artistic work, personal and group narratives that underpin their identity processes through mural making and film. This project is essential in processing and expressing Indigenous identities in Ceduna … Read more

About Arts Ceduna

Welcome to Arts CEDUNA, the Premier Aboriginal Art Centre on the Eyre Peninsula – South Australia Arts Ceduna, situated at the Ceduna Arts and Culture Centre (CAACC) sells artwork on behalf of at least 136 artists in the Far West region of South Australia. Arts Ceduna opened its doors in July 2001 and the development … Read more

Pottery workshop with Jacqui and Ceduna artists

Germany-based ceramic artist Jacqui Jansen Van Vuuren hosted a pottery workshop at Arts Ceduna during September 2016. Seven Aboriginal artists attended the workshop while four artists from Streaky Bay and Ceduna also participated. The workshop focussed on rolling and tile making techniques. During the second week of the workshop students from the Crossways Lutheran School … Read more

Catch & Cook

Arts Ceduna hosted a Catch and Cook day during September 2017 for visiting chefs that participated in this ‘Straight to the Source’ initiative led by Tawnya Bahr. Kenny Smith enticed the visiting chefs with his magnificent skills in Aboriginal cooking, having wombat and kangaroo tails on the menu. Sue Hasseldine demonstrated her approach to bush … Read more

Marine Debris 2016 – Guldamara (Blue Swimmer Crab)

The second Marine Debris workshop hosted at Arts Ceduna in 2016 brought forth an impressive 4 x 4 meter blue swimmer crab titled Guldamara. Twelve artists and volunteers created this artefact with facilitators Sue Ryan and Karen Hethey at Arts Ceduna. Guldamara’s frame was created from wire and bamboo, followed by layers of marine debris … Read more

Art and installations at the Ngurra Yadurirn Children and Family Centre

During 2015 and 2016 Arts Ceduna collaborated with Ngura Yadurirn Children’s centre in Ceduna, installing several small murals and other art work at the centre. Collette Gary, Jaime Newchurch, Joylene Haynes and Ashley Pompey produced small murals that were installed as part of the centre’s fence. Tjungu Wiru produced two magnificent installations at the centre, … Read more

Hub Fence Face Lift

White Lion funded the ‘STRIDE Youth Program’ that was delivered at the Ceduna Youth Hub in 2014. Arts Ceduna artists Collette Gray, Beaver Lennon and Jaime Newchurch invested their time over the school holidays to paint the Youth Hub’s colourful fence, a striking land mark in the Ceduna CBD area. The artists also mentored the … Read more

Muna Making

The muna making workshop brought together several women from the Ceduna community to make cosy muna (beanies) on a cold winters day. The workshop aimed to develop skills in areas of crocheting, learning about hooks and yarn, basic patterns and stitches, working with various fibres and yarns. This women’s sharing circle also offered the opportunity … Read more

Arts Exhibition 2016 – Gara Mirnaarda

The GaRa Mirnaarda travelling exhibition was a collection of best work showcased by more than thirteen Ceduna artists at the Ceduna Memorial Hall during May 2016 and at the Port Augusta Cultural Centre – Yarta Purtli during June 2016. This exhibition was initiated by Arts Ceduna staff and artists due to the renovations of the … Read more

Live Action Painting with Henry Jock Walker

An action painting workshop was hosted by Henry Jock Walker at Arts Ceduna during 2016. About 100 students from different year levels and schools attended this exciting outdoor painting workshop that encouraged students to paint in motion. Jock’s extended experience in participatory painting processes brought the best out of the students who were not shy … Read more

School visits at Arts Ceduna

During 2016 Arts Ceduna received more than twelve visiting school groups visiting the art gallery and spending time with artists painting in the art studio. Ceduna artists present students with artists talks and introduce them to basic painting skills. Many artists use Aboriginal symbols in their paintings and often artists introduce these symbols are introduced … Read more

Our Mob 2016

Eight artists from Ceduna participated in the 2016 Our Mob exhibition, showing twelve works the at Artspace Gallery in Adelaide, South Australia. Artists, Josephine Lennon and Ashley Pompey, winning both the Don Dunston ($5000.00) and Country Arts SA ($1500.00) arts development awards at the annual Our Mob SA exhibition. Six artists visited the exhibition opening. … Read more

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