This exhibition has now closed.
This exhibition of contemporary Indigenous ceramics from Ernabella Arts is being displayed at the South Australian Museum as part of the 2012 Australian Ceramics Triennale, Subversive Clay. All artworks are for sale.
Located in Pukatja community at the eastern end of the Musgrave Ranges in far north west South Australia, Ernabella Arts is Australia's oldest Indigenous art centre, established in 1948.
Through its sixty plus year history, Ernabella artists have worked across a wide range of mediums including ceramics, silkscreen printing, batik, painting, weaving and punu.
The members of Ernabella Arts have evolved a culturally strong contemporary art centre. Works by the centre's artists have been acknowledged in national art prizes such as the National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island Art Awards and have been collected by public institutions nationally and internationally. Ernabella Arts is an Aboriginal owned and run corporation which promotes and supports ethical practice in the creation and sale of Indigenous art.
Header image: Pots from Ernabella Arts' ceramics studio sit in the kiln ready for firing.