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2021 Tarnanthi Festival

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Of Sorrow and Tea

Imbued with sweat and tears, Apron-Sorrow / Sovereign-Tea unflinchingly shows the truth behind the state-orchestrated servitude of Aboriginal women in South Australia.

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Visual Art

In the Studio with Cedric Varcoe

Whether he’s based at home in Port Elliot or further afield, Ngarrindjeri and Narungga artist Cedric Varcoe’s work is an invitation to reflect on the present moment, and our place on Country. His new mural will be launched this month as part of Tarnanthi.

InReview

Green Room: Tarnanthi Art Fair, Love and Neon

SA arts and culture news in brief: Tarnanthi Art Fair goes online this weekend, Mercury Cinema celebrates Hong Kong auteur with Love and Neon, US ‘virtual residency’ opportunity for SA filmmakers, a symphony for Afghanistan, mindshare art and more.

Festivals

2021 Tarnanthi Festival to showcase work by 1000 artists

This year’s Tarnanthi Festival will feature new works by almost 1000 contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, from stories shared on salvaged car parts to an augmented-reality experience transporting visitors to the APY Lands, while the popular annual art fair will be presented as an online-only event.

Visual Art

Tarnanthi Festival announces 2021 highlights

A suite of psychedelic paintings made on kangaroo pelts by Walmajarri artist John Prince Siddon and installed on a wallpaper backdrop will be among highlights of the 2021 Tarnanthi Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art.