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Artists honoured at Yamaji Art

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Yamaji Art, the Aboriginal owned and operated art centre in Mid West, Western Australia, has opened its new doors at the Bill Sewell Complex in Geraldton, along with its website launch for www.yamajiart.com.

The new galley space was officially opened on Friday 12th October, with a tribute event honouring the memory of two artists who played an...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 11:31

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Claudia wins first prize in art award

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An acrylic painting by 16-year-old Claudia Moodoonuthi about fun times with family and friends holidaying on the Gold Coast won first prize in the 2012 Gold Coast Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award last night.

Held in the foyer of the Gold Coast City Gallery, the theme for this year's 4th biennial awards was Gaurema gulli-nu -

 

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