JamFactory ICON Kunmanara Carroll: Ngaylu Nyanganyi Ngura Winki


Kunmanara Carroll (1950–2021) was a Luritja/Pintupi/Pitjantjatjara artist who worked at Ernabella Arts at Pukatja in the APY Lands. Concerned with passing on cultural knowledge, his paternal homeland was an unwavering source of inspiration and the recurring subject within his oeuvre of painting and ceramic sculpture. 

JamFactory ICON Kunmanara Carroll: Ngaylu Nyanganyi Ngura Winki (I Can See All Those Places) is a major solo exhibition which showcases a significant body of Carroll’s final ceramic works and paintings supported by a tapestry produced by the Australian Tapestry Workshop

JamFactory’s annual ICON exhibition celebrates the achievements of South Australia’s most influential visual artists working in craft-based media.      

Image: Kunmanara Carroll, Walungurru, 2020, stoneware, 550 x 300 x 640 mm and 430x 140 x 240 mm (2 piece); Kiwirrkura, 2020, stoneware, 505 x 170 x 185 mm. Photo: Grant Hancock 

This event is part of the Lake Macquaire Dobell Festival. For a full list of festival event please visit Lake Macquarie Dobell Festival 2022

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  • Saturday, 14 May 2022 | 09:00 AM - Sunday, 10 July 2022 | 03:00 PM


Museum of Art and Culture (MAC), 1A First Street, Booragul 2284, Booragul 2284  View in Google Maps

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