MILK Exhibition

Handed Down on 
Dungala / the Murray


Artists│Molly Walker & Uncle Ray / Nama

 
October 13 - 27

OPENING: Friday October 14, 6pm

Public Programs:
Ochre workshop with Molly Walker, Saturday 22nd October, 12.30pm
SPILT MILK - a night of relaxed conversation in the gallery - Thursday 27th October, 6-8pm

All welcome!

 

Photograph of kangaroo skin being cured with Redgum Ash on the banks of the Murray_2022_co

 

 

Handed Down on Dungala / the Murray presents work by Molly Walker and Uncle Ray / Nama. Uncle Ray / Nama will be displaying paintings celebrating the tribes of Dungala / the Murray, explaining how they connected with each other and the animals, how they lived, and how they travelled. Molly will present pieces created with techniques handed down orally from her Elders. 

 

Molly Walker is from the Wemba Wemba and Yorta Yorta tribes from the Murray River, connected by Australia’s biggest River Red Gum Forest. Molly is a visual artist whose works and techniques were handed down orally from her Elders. All of Molly’s materials and work are from Dungala / the Murray River.  

Uncle Ray / Nama is a Wemba Wemba and Yorta Yorta artist and musician from the Dungala / Murray River.

This exhibition has been possible thanks to support from Bodriggy Brewing Co & Minimum wines.

Image: Photograph of kangaroo skin being cured with Redgum Ash on the banks of the Murray, 2022. Photograph courtesy of Molly Walker and Samson Demasi.

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