University Hall (UniHall) has been working with Professor Ted Snell and the UWA Cultural Precinct and to provide a variety of Australian Indigenous artworks to display at the Hall.
UniHall is proud of their connections with Indigenous Australia and the opportunity to showcase artwork from the Watarra, Martumili, Warburton and Papulankutja communities. These unique pieces reflect the richness and diversity of Indigenous culture and the differentiation between tribes, languages, dialects and geographic landscapes.
Some of the artworks the Hall has the privilege of showcasing include:
|Beryl Jimmy||Kapi Tjukula 2013|
|Bukina Burton||Ngankarrl, Yarlkarrily & Puwiny Rock Holes|
|Bunbudgee Gordon Watt||Leg Mark Design|
|Gurrdaji Reggie Robertson||Headband|
|Joseph Watt||Dibirdibi Totem|
|Maringka Baker||Minyma Tjuta Nyinanya 2004|
|Pungkai Mary||Kampurarr Piti|
|Mintaya Ward||Seven Sisters 2004|
|Nola Bennet||Collecting Emu Eggs|
|Teddy Edwards||APY Country|
|Tim Hogan||Lake Baker|
|Tumu Tumu Watson||Untitled|
These pieces are currently displayed in our new buildings and will hopefully be available soon for postgraduate students to loan and hang in their room. UniHall thanks all parties who helped make this project a reality.