Ku Arts - Dunjiba Fashions

Ku Arts is the South Australian peak body for Aboriginal art centres and artists. Since 1998 we have been providing advocacy, support services, creative skills and professional development opportunities for artists and arts workers across all stages of their careers in support of a strong and vibrant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visual arts sector.

In 2021, Tarnanthi has curated a group of independent Aboriginal artists from across South Australia to be represented by Ku Arts at this year’s Tarnanthi Art Fair. This is a unique situation that has provided this group of artists that aren’t represented by art centres across South Australia the opportunity to bring work to Tarnanthi Art Fair. We look forward to showcasing and celebrating the diverse artistic practices from across South Australia with you.

Here on IFP Ku Arts presents Dunjiba Fashions – a celebration of Dunjiba, a contemporary clothing capsule of sportswear and bush skirts blazoned with vibrant textile patterns. Dunjiba fashions is a micro-enterprise from remote Oodnadatta, Dunjiba Community, SA. Artwork licencing for this range has been provided through Copyright Agency. Manufacturing through The Social Studio, an accredited ethical clothing manufacturing studio on Wurundjeri Woi Worung Country – Collingwood, Naarm (Melbourne). Seed income from Dunjiba Fashion items retail purchases will support future creative and artistic programs led by Dunjiba artists.

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