Exhibition Archive

1991 Tnuntha Pots, Gallery Gondwana, Alice Springs.

1991 Central Australian Arts and Crafts Exhibition, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs.

1991, Tnungara Pots, MAGNT, Darwin.

1992 Tnungara Pots, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

1992 The Heritage of Namatjira, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.

1992 6th South Pacific Festival of the Arts, Rarotonga, Cook Islands.

1993 The Art of Survival, Meat Market Craft Centre, Melbourne.

1993 Central Australian Arts and Crafts Exhibition, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs.

1993 National Aboriginal Art Award, MAGNT, Darwin.

1993 Festival of Culture and Friendship, Ngurratjuta/Pmara Ntjarra Aboriginal Corporation, Glen Helen, Northern Territory.

1993 Hermannsburg Potters, The Anvil Gallery, Beechworth, Victoria.

1993 Continuity, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Cooperative, Sydney.

1994 City Hall, Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia.

1994 Museum of Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.

1994 Central Australian Aboriginal Art and Craft Exhibition, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs.

1994 National Aboriginal Art Award, MAGNT, Darwin.

1994 Ntaria Our Country Our People, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

1994 Birds in my Country, MAGNT, Darwin.

1994 Watercolours of Namatjira’s Country: The Hermannsburg Artists, 1938 to 1978, The Hahndorf Academy, Adelaide.

1994 Power of the Land, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.

1994 The Art Of Place Exhibition, Old Parliament House, Canberra.

1994 Namatjira Ilakakeye, Tandanya Kaurna Gallery, Adelaide.

1995 The Hermannsburg Potters, Hogarth Galleries Aboriginal Art, NSW.

1995 Sidney Myer Fund Australia Day Invitation Ceramic Award 1996, Shepparton Art Museum, Shepparton.

1995 Aboriginal Ceramics from the Shepparton Art Gallery Collection Gallery, Geelong.

1995 Experience Australia ’95, Travelling European Exhibition Gallery Forum, Aachen, Germany and Barbican Centre, London and Ethnological Museum, Nijmegan, Holland.

1995 Central Australian Aboriginal Art and Craft Exhibition,The Araluen Centre, Alice Springs.

1995 Women of Asia and the Pacific Exhibition of Crafts, Beijing, China.

1995 A Quick Look, Flinders University Art Museum, Southern Regional exhibition, South Australia.

1995 Pathways 1 Changes and Exchanges, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane.

1995 Delinquent Angel – Australian Historical, Aboriginal and Contemporary Museo Internazionale Delle Ceramiche, Faenza, Italy.

1995 Australia Now Contemporary Aboriginal Art, Groninger Museum, Holland.

1995 Pottery of the Hermannsburg Potters, St. Andrews Catholic Church, Sydney.

1996 Then and Now: Pttjantjatjara and Aranda Artists 1930 –1990, Touring Regional Galleries, Australia.

1996 Sidney Myer Fund International Ceramics Art Award, Shepparton Art Museum, Shepparton.

1996 Delinquent Angel, Itarni Craft Centre, Japan.

1996 Dots, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.

1996 Adelaide Fringe Festival Indigenous Art exhibition, Adelaide.

1996 Nurna Urrknga Arrkana Mpaaramalanga – We’re Having Fun Working With Clay, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

1996 Ampinye – Place, Tandanya Kaurna Gallery, Adelaide.

1996 Delinquent Angel, Takashimaya Gallery, Singapore.

1996 Lyaarta Nurna Urrknga Mpaarama – Now We Are Working With Clay, Retrospective Exhibiton, MAGNT, Darwin.

1996 An Arm Load of Art, Wood St. Gallery, Darwin.

1996 Central Australia Aboriginal Art and Craft Exhibition, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs.

1996 Objects From the Dreaming: Aboriginal Decorated and Woven Objects, Art Gallery of SA, Adelaide.

1996 Work from the Hermannsburg Potters Fusions Gallery, Queensland Potters Association, Brisbane.

1996 Delinquent Angel – National Tour, National Trust SH Ervin Gallery, Old Treasury, Melbourne.

1997 The Somatic Object, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney.

1997 The Hermannsburg Potters, Cairns Regional Gallery, Cairns.

1997 Arrenhe – That One Now, Tandanya Kaurna Gallery, Adelaide.

1997 Delinquent Angel, National Trust SH Ervin Gallery, Sydney.

1997 Walkabout Contemporary Aboriginal Art, Joan Sutherland Performing Art Centre, Sydney.

1997 Iltja Irrpuma Arna-ka – Hands in Earth, Hogarth Gallery, Sydney.

1997 Recent Work From the Hermannsburg Potters, All Girls Own Gallery, Canberra.

1997 The Hermannsburg Potters, The October Gallery, London.

1997 The Desert Mob Art Show” Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs.

1997 Impetus to Adorn: Circles About the Body, Regional Travelling Museum, University of Tasmania, Launceston, Tasmania.

1997 Bowled Over, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

1997 The Somatic Object, National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan.

1998 Arnanjapera Nunaka- Our World, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney.

1998 Lyaarta Nurna Urrknga Mpaarama – Now We Are Working With Clay, Retrospective Travelling Exhibition, MAGNT, Darwin.

1998 The Hermannsburg Potters, Bibliotech Municipale Thiviers, French Embassy, Paris; Mil’Arte, London.

1998 The Desert Mob Art Show, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs.

1998 The Laverty Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.

1998 National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, MAGNT, Darwin.

1998 A Material Thing: Objects from the Collection, Art Gallery of NSW , Sydney.

1998 15th National Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Art Award, MAGNT, Darwin.

1998 Outlandish Dreams, Mil Arte Gallery, London.

1998 Hermannsburg Potters, National Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Sydney.

1998 Art of the Aboriginal Australia, Gallery Bolzani, Milan, Italy.

1999 Desert Mob Show, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs.

1999 16th National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, MAGNT, Darwin.

1999 The Somatic Object, Ludwig Forum , Aachen, Germany.

1999 All About Art, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

1999 Awelye, DESART Gallery, Sydney.

1999 The Desert and The Sea, Raintree Aboriginal Art Gallery, Darwin.

1999 Christmas Gift Exhibition, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2000 Hermannsburg Potters: Aranda Artists of Central Australia, Exhibition and Book Launch, Parliament House, Canberra.

2000 Unveiling the QUT Art Collection, Queensland University of Technology Museum, Brisbane.

2000 Women’s Work: Our Imagination In the Bowls, Hogarth Gallery, Sydney.

2000 This Earth For Us, The Commonwealth Institute, London.

2000 Hermannsburg Pots, Helen Maxwell Gallery, Canberra.

2000 Art Of Place: 5th National Indigenous Heritage Award, Australian Museum, Canberra.

2000 Transitions: 17 Years of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Award Exhibition, Australian Museum, Canberra and Melbourne Museum, Melbourne.

2000 Desert Mob Show, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs.

2000 All About Art, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2000 Hermannsburg Potters, Brisbane City Gallery, Brisbane.

2000 Hermannsburg Potters, Redback Gallery, Brisbane.

2000 Out of the Desert, DESART Gallery, Vaucluse, Sydney.

2000 Art From The Central Desert, Hogarth Gallery, Sydney.

2001 Harmonic Visions, Tamworth City Gallery, Tamworth, NSW.

2001 This Earth For Us, British Empire & Commonwealth Museum, London, UK.

2001 Spirituality and Australian Aboriginal Art, Tour Central Galleries, Madrid, Spain.

2001 Pmara Nunakana Larkama – Our Sparkling Country, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2001 Pmara Mara Inthorra – Our Beautiful Country, Desart, Alice Springs.

2001 This Earth For Us, City Art Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland.

2001 Visionaries, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.

2001 All About Art, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2001 Art From Batchelor College, Gallery Gondwana, Alice Springs,

2001 Pots, Prints and Paintings, Indigenart, Perth.

2002 Nanah Etatha Nunaka – This is Our Life, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2002 Pmara Nunakana – Our Country, Indigenart, Perth.

2002 Pmara Nunaka – Our Country, Bundaberg Regional Gallery, Bundaberg, Qld.

2003 Message Sticks, Sydney Opera House, Sydney.

2002 Seeing The Centre: The Art of Albert Namatjira, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

2003 Emerge, Discovering New Indigenous Art, MAGNT, Darwin.

2003 Hermannsburg Potters In Paint, Thornquest Gallery, Southport, Qld.

2003 A Survey Of Australian Indigenous Ceramic Art, Ceramic Art Gallery, Sydney.

2003 Hermannsburg Potters, Childers Regional Gallery, Childers, Qld.

2004 Figuring Landscape, Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane.

2004 All Fired Up, Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane.

2005 Aranda Landscapes 2005, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2005 Arrkutja Wurra: Women’s Fire, Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane.

2006 Pmara Nurnaka Etata – Our Land is Alive, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2006 Iltja Nurnaka Urrkaapuma – From Our Hands, Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane.

2006 Hermannsburg Potters 2006, Bandigan Art Gallery, Sydney.

2006 Glerie Rosenhauer, Goettingen, Germany.

2007 The Women’s Show, Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne.

2007 Classic Ceramics and Oil Paintings, Bandigan Art Gallery, Sydney.

2007 24th National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin.

2007 Indigenous Ceramics, SoFa, Chicago, USA.

2007 Indigenous Ceramic Art Award, Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria.

2008 Nanah Etatha Nuka – This is Our Life, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2009 Iltka Nunaka Orkapurna Ntaria – Hand-mad from Hermannsburg, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2009 ‘Hermannsburg Potters: Recent Major Works’, Peter Pinson Gallery, Sydney

2009 ‘Ntaria Hilerre: Hermannsburg Horizons,’ Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane.

2010 Themes of the Central Desert: New Ceramics by the Hermannsburg Potters, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2010 ‘The Hermannsburg Potters: Birds’, Peter Pinson Gallery, Sydney.

2011 Desert Mob 2011, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs.

2011 Stories from Clay: Hermannsburg Potters 2011, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2011 Indigenous Ceramic Art Award, Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria.

2011 ‘Hermannsburg Potters: Stories of Hermannsburg’, Peter Pinson Gallery, Sydney.

2012 ‘The Hermannsburg Potters: Reflecting on the Past. Interpreting the Present’, Peter Pinson Gallery, Sydney.

2012 ‘The Hermannsburg Potters: Culture in Clay. Ceramics about Hermannsburg Social Life, Country, and Hermannsburg Birds’, (together with 1964 portraits of Hermannsburg Potter Judith Inkamala and [Mrs Albert] Rubina Namatjira by 1949 Archibald Prizewinner Arthur Murch), Peter Pinson Gallery, Sydney.

2012 All Things Clay: Hermannsburg Potters 2012, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2012-2013 Insight: The Hermannsburg Potters Collection of the Moreton Bay Region, Travelling Exhibition, Moreton Bay Regional Council, Queensland.

2013 Hermannsburg Potters 2013, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

2013 Hermannsburg Potters: Birds, Landscape, Community, Peter Pinson Gallery, Sydney.

2014 Colours of Country, Metropolis Gallery, Geelong.

2014 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair, Darwin Convention Centre, Darwin, NT.

2014 Desert Mob – Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs, NT.

2014 ‘New Marks’ Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC.

2014 ‘Ntaria Hilerre [Hermannsburg Horizens]’ Wooloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane, QLD.

July 7 to July 31 2015 – ‘Our Life in the Desert’ virtual exhibition Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC.

July 10 to August 2nd 2015 – ‘2 Seasons’ group exhibition by NT based ceramic artists which will be a part of Stepping Up – the 14th Australian Ceramics Triennale in Canberra, Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra, ACT.

September 3rd to November 1st 2015 – ‘Desert Mob 2015’, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs, NT.

September 19 2015 to April 10 2016 – ‘Our Land is Alive: Hermannsburg Potters for Kids’, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, VIC.

April 9 to June 4 2016 – ‘Insight: The Hermannsburg Potters Collection of the Moreton Bay Bay Region’, Lismore Regional Gallery, Lismore, NSW.

May 5 to May 25 2016 – ‘Pmara – Home, Country, Map’, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC.

June 23 – July 21 2016 – ‘Arrweketye Mob: Women Mob’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs, NT.

September 8 to October 23 2016 – ‘Desert Mob 2016’, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs, NT

March 8 to April 8 2016 – ‘Clay Stories’, Sabbia Gallery, Sydney, NSW Australia.

November 29 to December 15 2016 – ‘Ltharta’, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC Australia.

March 2017.   ‘Clay Stories’  at Sabbia Gallery, Sydney NSW Australia.

March 2017 ‘Little Creatures’ group show at Talapi Gallery Alice Springs, NT Australia.

May 2017 ‘Time and Tide’ Group show about Climate Change, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC.

May 2017 ‘Time and Tide’ Group show about Climate Change, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC.

August 2017 Darwin Art Fair, Darwin Convention Centre, NT Australia.

September 2017 IRNA ‘Trees exhibition, Alcaston Gallery , Melbourne, VIC.

September 2017 ‘Desert Mob Show’ Araluen Arts Centre, NT Australia.

October 2017 Tarnanthi Arts Fair, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide, SA Australia.

October 2017 Clay Stories, Jam Factory Seppeltsfield, SA Australia.

November 2017 Collections;
Judith Pungkarta Inkamala ‘Bush Medicine’ University of Melbourne, VIC Australia

March 2018 ‘CLAY STORIES’ Araluen, Alice Springs, NT Australia

April 2o18 ‘Clay Bosses’ Sabbia Gallery, Paddington, NSW Australia

May 2018 ‘LURPA’ Seasons exhibition, Bett Gallery, Hobart, TAS Australia.