Naya Wa Yugali: We Dance - Art Collector

Sharon Smith, Phillip Langley, David Gulpilil. Photographer: Unknown. Courtesy: the artist and Carriageworks

Founded by Carole Johnson in 1976, workshops in Glebe and Redfern led to the formation of the Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre and a school for Aboriginal dance that is now known as NAISDA. Naya Wa Yugali (Darkinyung language) will feature oral histories, a new commission by Vicki Van Hout and the work of artists including Tracey Moffatt, Lee Chiswick, the late Michael Riley, Elaine Kitchener and Amanda James.

Exhibition opens: 15 November 2016
Exhibition closes: 11 December 2016
Location: 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh (corner Codrington Street)
Contact: +612 8571 9099

About Carriageworks
Carriageworks is the largest and most significant contemporary multi-arts centre of its kind in Australia. The Carriageworks Artistic Program is ambitious, risk taking and provides significant support to leading Australian and international artists through commissioning and presenting contemporary work. The program is artist-led and emerges from Carriageworks’ commitment to reflecting social and cultural diversity.

Carriageworks is open 10am – 6pm daily and open until late on performance nights.

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