Launching the 2019 Midland Junction Arts Centre’s exhibition program, DANJOO - INTERWOVEN is a curated exhibition celebrating Aboriginal culture, country, language and visual arts practice in Western Australia.
MJAC lies in the heart of the Noongar region which covers the south western corner of Western Australia and includes 14 language groups. The Swan Region is home to the largest Aboriginal population in Western Australia.
Featuring senior, emerging and community artists, DANJOO - INTERWOVEN presents artworks by Noongar artists and Indigenous artists living on Noongar Country, from the south of Geraldton, to the Wheatbelt and south to Esperance.
Through the artist Call Out and curatorial process, approximately 15 Noongar artists and Indigenous artist living on Noongar country will be selected to exhibit their work. DANJOO – INTERWOVEN will be co-curated by Whadjak Bibbulmun artist Lea Taylor and MAC Curator Greg Sikich.
Artists are invited to submit works in a range of mediums including, but not limited to, painting, print, photography, textiles, weaving, ceramics and video.
Image: Image: Detail of works by Lea Taylor, Linda James and Deborah Bonar