Regina Wilson’s works in USA
Regina Pilawuk Wilson works on view now at Sun Valley USA, part of ‘Woven’ exhibition.
Until March 10, 2019.
Location: 659 Sun Valley Road, Ketchum, Unite States.
Focus talks: Noŋgirrŋa Marawili: from my heart and mind
Kade Mcdonald, Executive Director of Durrmu Arts Aboriginal Corporation will be part of this series of talks reflecting on the artist’s passion, innovation and immense knowledge of country. Currently exhibition: Noŋgirrŋa Marawili from my heart and mind, until 24 Feb 2019.
Date: Saturday 2 February 2019 | 2pm – 2:30pm, Modern Gallery ( Art Gallery NSW, Art Gallery Rd, The Domain 2000, Sydney, Australia)
Printmaking Workshop at Peppimenarti
Working alongside Durrmu Arts with artist Regina Wilson, printmaker Annie Studd from Melbourne spent a week engaging local school kids from Peppimenarti and Emu Point in a printmaking workshop. Exploring the idea of identity each child had the opportunity to create a self-portrait using a combination of photography and lino-block printing.
Lithography at VCA
Regina Wilson and Kathleen Korda were invited to participate in a collaborative printmaking workshop at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, where they worked in partnership with students and printmaker Adrian Kellet to produce two special edition prints.
Marrgu Residency 2018
In August 2018 Durrmu Arts Aboriginal Program debuted the Marrgu Residency Program in partnership with the Peppimenarti community.
Durrmu present at 2018 Cossack Art Award
Regina Pilawuk Wilson from Durrmu Arts, was part of the judging panel of the 26th annual Cossack Art Awards, the richest acquisitive art award in regional Australia presented by the City of Karratha.
New: the Durrmu Arts Residency Program
Our brand new residency program is particularly noteworthy - and represents a fun, challenging and fruitful opportunity for visitors and the Peppimenarti community alike.
‘Marking the Infinite' at The Phillips Collection: Spotlight on Aboriginal Women Artists
The nine artists in this exhibition offered a glimpse into the diverse contemporary art practice of Aboriginal Australia
Peppimenarti at the 2018 NGV Book Fair
This year, the team at Durrmu Arts gave us 'Peppimenarti' - a beautiful photo book that made its debut at the 2018 NGV Book Fair.
Durrmu Arts Tours the USA
Regina, Henry and Leaya Wilson have been lucky enough to travel to the USA! As well as an exciting adventure, this trip is also an important professional opportunity for our friends: one that places learning and cultural exchange at the centre.
Durrmu is pleased to introduce to our readers a very special, very important project: NIMBI, an initiative that embraces Ngan’gikurrungurr culture, language, and traditional practices.
Durrmu Arts at the TARNANTHI festival Adelaide 2017
Regina Pilawuk Wilson was engaged through Durrmu Arts and The Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT) to collaborate on a animation work to be projected on the side of the Target building in Adelaide during the TARNANTHI Festival.
2013 - 2015 Cultural Mentor Classes with Peppimenarti Primary School
For eighteen months Durrmu Arts worked in collaboration with Peppimenarti Primary School, where once a week Regina Pilawuk Wilson would conduct cultural mentor classes with the female students.