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VIC: Bunjilaka: First Peoples - 3 December 2013
NSW: Frances Belle Parker: Always... - 4 December 2013
NSW: The Cake Man - 4 December 2013
QLD: Asia Pacific Screen Awards - Inaugural Screening Programme - 4 December 2013
QLD: Brisbane Screenwriters Group - 4 December 2013
SA: Spinifex Country Exhibition - 4 December 2013
VIC: Paddy Bedford; Masterpieces From The Estate - 4 December 2013
WA: A Common Ground Exhibition - 4 December 2013
WA: Rosella Namok - Naagchi Ngumu'luugku Exhibition - 4 December 2013
SA: Our Mob 2013 - 4 December 2013
NSW: Coranderrk - 7 December 2013
NSW: Our Home ' Ngalpun Mudth' - 11 December 2013
QLD: Asia Pacific Screen Awards - The Ceremony - 12 December 2013
QLD: Our Dreaming: animating country launch weekend - 13 December 2013
QLD: Our Dreaming: animating country launch ceremony - 14 December 2013
QLD: 2013 International Animation Festival - 15 December 2013
NSW: Indigenous community showing of Coranderrk - 17 December 2013
VIC: The Inaugural "Yanikan-Werritj" Christmas Gala Dinner - 20 December 2013
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4 December 2013 to 22 December 2013
WA: Rosella Namok - Naagchi Ngumu'luugku Exhibition
Japingka Gallery is delighted to host the solo exhibition 'Naagchi Ngumu'luugku' by acclaimed Queensland artist, Rosella Namok. Earlier this year two of Rosella Namok's paintings were created as 20 metre backdrops for US ballet company's production of Stravinsky's 'The Rite of Spring'. Images of "Rain" and "Marks on Sand After King Tide" were chosen for the backdrops. Rosella Namok attended as a guest of honour, the artist's first opportunity to see classical dance performed on stage.
Rosella Namok rose to prominence in the late 1990s as a member of the Lockhart River Art Gang, a group of young artists working out of Cape York. The 34 year old artist creates paintings that combine contemporary techniques with traditional story-telling and cultural narratives.
While many works refer to the traditional stories of her Aangkum people and clans of her home country, some also explore personal subjects and emotional responses to the natural world. Rosella Namok has participated in over 30 national and international exhibitions, and is represented in all major Australian public galleries.
Phone: (08) 9335 8265
Venue: Japingka Gallery, 47 High Street, Fremantle