The project is being flooded with due media attention in the lead up to the launch of the Namatjira Legacy Trust! This feature article in Review, from The Australian newspaper, is a must read – comprehensive and balanced, it lays out the story of how justice must be restored for the Namatjira family. Artistic inheritance: […]
WELCOME TO THE NAMATJIRA PROJECT
We would like to acknowledge Western Aranda people of the Central Australian Desert and their stunning country on which the project is based.
The Namatjira project is a multilayered, long-term arts project that is many things to many people. It includes a creative community development project, an original theatrical work, watercolour exhibition and a documentary film. It is also a celebration of the acclaimed watercolour artist Albert Namatjiraâ€™s life and legacy.
Run by arts and social change organisation Big hART, the project began in 2009, and partners with the Namatjira family and many community, government and business partners. Having had many successes, it is now working to ensure these translate into real and lasting benefit for the Namatjira family and Western Aranda communities.
Posted on December 21, 2014 - by Holly
Namatjira to Now – Five Generations of Watercolours from the Central Desert launched at the Presiding Officers Exhibition Area at Parliament House, Canberra on November 26, 2014. It was a well attended event with extensive media coverage. Read more about it by following the links below. The Australian – Namatjira Watercolours Endure Canberra Times – […]
Posted on March 12, 2014 - by Yolande
Five Generations: The Strength of Namatjira’s Legacy opened at Araluen Arts Centre on the 1st of March, 2014. Take a look at some coverage of the opening event, the exhibition and the background of the Namatjira project with the following links: Radio National Awaye! Segment on 5 Generations, the Strength of Namatjira’s Legacy Alice News […]
Launching Friday 3rd March 2017 with The Namatjira Family, Archie Roach and Hetti Perkins National Museum of Australia, Canberra. The culmination of the Namatjira Project, working since 2009 to restore justice to the Namatjira Project, the time has come to launch the Namatjira Legacy Trust! The Namatjira Legacy Trust will work to secure positive futures […]
Join us in harnessing sustainable support for the Namatjira family for years to come, Help us finish this documentary. It’s been six years in development, but the Namatjira documentary is nearing completion. Now is the time for us to call on the friends and supporters of the Namatjira project to help us fund the final […]