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Ceramics by Rona Panangka Rubuntja, Rahel Kngwarriya Ungwanaka, and Beth Mbitjana Inkamala.

Hermannsburg Potters' 'Liyalhama – Music'

14th July, 2017

This week is the last chance to see pieces by renowned Indigenous collective Hermannsburg Potters on display in Alcaston Gallery’s ‘Liyalhama – Music‘ exhibition, in Melbourne.

This week is the last chance to see pieces by the renowned Hermannsburg Potters on display as part of Alcaston Gallery’s ‘Liyalhama – Music‘ exhibition, in Melbourne. Don’t miss this delightful showcase of iconic terracotta pots, made using a traditional hand-coil technique.

Pieces on display feature depictions of Indigenous musicians, concert performances, visiting community bands and songs, which are all based around the artists’ personal experiences and memories of music.

Exhibiting artists include: Rahel Kngwarriya Ungwanaka, Rona Panangka Rubuntja, Hayley Panangka Coulthard, Anita Mbitjana Ratara, Beth Mbitjana Inkamala and Caroline Kamaarra Forbes.

On exhibit until Saturday July 21st
11 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne.

For more information, visit the Alcaston Gallery or Hermannsburg Potters websites.

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