This years Shalom Gamarada Ngiyana Yana Aboriginal Art Exhibition promises to be even more exciting with some new discoveries in Aboriginal Art to be displayed. For those of you who are not familiar with the exhibition profit from all art sales contribute to The Shalom Institute’s residential scholarship programme for Aboriginal medical and health students at Shalom College, University of New South Wales. Shalom Gamarada will showcase an extensive range of more than 120 artworks valued in excess of $1 million. All artworks will be available for purchase, with prices ranging from $150 to $25,000.

This year’s exhibition offers audiences a unique opportunity to experience an incredible and diverse range of Indigenous art practice from across Australia. Judy Watson will exhibit alongside acclaimed artists including Regina Wilson, Weaver Jack, Jan Billican and Shorty Jangala Robertson, in what has become the largest contemporary Indigenous exhibition of its kind. Special feature installations this year include ˜Ghost’ ceramics from Girringung, wall installations especially commissioned from Yuendumu and Peppimenarti, a black and white wall from Utopia and for the first time, an exhibition of new work from the community of Martumili from the Pilbara.