We believe in the power of art to connect, inspire, and transform. As we enter our second year of deepening our commitment to Reconciliation, we are honoured to host an exceptional showcase of Aboriginal artwork again, thanks to our collaboration with Corroboree Dream Art, a renowned local gallery in Tanunda.

A Journey of Reconciliation

Reconciliation is a journey of mutual respect, understanding, and partnership. Last year, we embarked on this journey by highlighting the extraordinary works of the Indulkana Anangu School. The response from our community was overwhelmingly positive, reinforcing our belief in the importance of giving a platform to the rich cultural heritage and artistic expressions of Aboriginal communities.

As we continue this commitment this year, we are proud to present a new collection of artworks that will be displayed in our venue until NAIDOC Week, the first week of July. NAIDOC Week is a time to celebrate the history, culture, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, making it a fitting culmination for our art showcase.

Art that Speaks to the Soul

The artworks on display are more than just visually stunning pieces—they are profound narratives that tell the stories of the land, the people, and their connection to both. Each piece, courtesy of Corroboree Dream Art, carries with it the spirit and essence of its creator, offering viewers a glimpse into the deep and enduring traditions of Aboriginal culture.

Visitors to Artisans of Barossa have the unique opportunity to not only enjoy these works but also to purchase them, providing a chance for these artworks to find a new home where they can continue to inspire and evoke emotion.

Follow along on our social media to learn the narrative behind these amazing art pieces.

Our Venue as a Cultural Hub

Artisans of Barossa is where the community comes together to celebrate the best of what the Barossa region has to offer. By integrating Aboriginal art into our space, we aim to create a cultural hub where the stories and artistry of Aboriginal people are honoured and appreciated by all who visit.

This initiative is part of our broader commitment to Reconciliation, which involves listening, learning, and making meaningful contributions towards a more inclusive and respectful society. We are grateful to Corroboree Dream Art for their partnership and to the talented artists whose works grace our walls.

Looking Forward to NAIDOC Week

As we look forward to NAIDOC Week, we invite everyone to join us in this celebration of art and culture. Come experience the beauty and significance of Aboriginal art, and support the artists by giving these masterpieces a new home.

Our journey towards Reconciliation is ongoing, and we are committed to making Artisans of Barossa a place where all cultures are celebrated and respected. Together, we can build a future that honors the past and embraces our community's rich diversity.

For more insights into our commitment and the previous year's showcase, you can read our 2023 blog post here: "The art of Indulkana Ananga School"

Join us at Artisans of Barossa, where every visit is an opportunity to connect, reflect, and be inspired.