Cheryl Davison, Bangu (detail), 2010, Acrylic on cotton, 49 x 39.5cm

Ngaranggal Muruda
Group exhibition
Sat 20 February – Sun 28 March 2021

Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 4pm

Ngaranggal Muruda (Women’s Footprints) is a Bas curated exhibition of artworks by female Aboriginal artists from across Australia. This mixed media exhibition celebrates the strength and diversity of Aboriginal expression and culture from a female perspective – at both a local and national level, and includes prominent Eurobodalla artist, Cheryl Davison. This exhibition was made possible by the generosity of Christina Kennedy of Eurobodalla’s Horse Island.

The Bas would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land in which this exhibition is being held, Bugelli-Manji country, as part of the Yuin Nation and pays respect to elders past, present and future.
Ngaranggal and muruda is Dhurga for women/s and footprint/s.

Featuring works by:
Lydia Balbal (Punmu, WA)
Angkaliya Curtis (APY Lands, SA)
Cheryl Davison (Yuin, NSW)
Angelina George (Roper River, NT)
Gertie Huddleston (Roper River, NT)
Lily Karedada (Kalumburu, WA)
Yvonne Koolmatrie (Wudinna, SA)
Kay Lindjuwanga (Arnhem Land, NT)
Shirley Malgarrich (Arnhem Land, NT)
Marina Murdilnga (Arnhem Land, NT)
Tracy Puruntatameri (Melville Island, NT)
Marita Sambono (Daly River, NT)
Joan Nancy Stokes (Tennant Creek, NT)
Yaritji Young (APY Lands, SA)
Barrupu Yunupingu (Arnhem Land, NT)

Opening night:
Friday 19 February 2021, 5:30 – 7:30pm
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Public program:
In conversation with Cheryl Davison (Artist) and Christina Kennedy (Collector).
Saturday 20 February, 11am – 12pm.
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The Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre recognises Aboriginal people as the original inhabitants and custodians of all land and water in the Eurobodalla and respects their enduring cultural and spiritual connection to it. The Bas acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land in which we live and pays respect to Elders past, present and future.