To support the children of Indulkana Anangu School and their fundraising for a school camp in Adelaide, Artisans of Barossa engaged Indulkana Anangu School for the children to create artworks that could be sold for fundraising purposes.
Our commitment to reconciliation: The art of Indulkana Anangu School
The art: Described as, in a Modern palette, with Gathering, emu footsteps, snake trails, lizards and kangaroos, and many other images formed from the imagination of the children of Kalaya (Emu) class, Indulkana Anangu School, depicting their connection to the land, sea and animals.
Acrylic on canvas that can be framed or stretched, create a purse or left as the child's finished work. These are authentic and unique works.
8 pieces, approx size 43cm x 33cm: $250 each
1 piece, approx size 100cm x 36cm: $500 each
Shipping can be arranged at an additional cost of $10.
Further donations will be accepted. All donations will go towards the school camp in 2023.
Link to "Gofundme donations"
The school: Indulkana Anangu School: A birth to Year 12 site in the Anangu Lands Partnership on the APY Lands. Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) in the far northwest of South Australia, and we acknowledge all Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara and Ngaanyatjarra people who are traditional owners of this land.
“The school values of Kunpu wanganara nintiringkupai (Strong, smart and respectful learners) are at the centre of all we do at Indulkana Anangu School. Our students, staff and families work together to ensure that all that attend our school have the knowledge and skills to be able to ‘walk in both worlds’. ”
Most students at Indulkana are bilingual or multilingual; their first language is Pitjantjatjara or Yankunytjatjara.
We thank Zoe Ingoldby-Craig, the art teacher of Kalaya (Emu) class, children in years 2/3/4, for her support in bringing this initiative to life with us.
The Artisans of Barossa community also acknowledge and pays respect to the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people as the traditional owners of the Barossa and Adelaide Hills region, the land on which we gather, converse and share.