Emily Cullinan | Artist Profile

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"When I was little we used to do a lot of walking; we’d camp along the way to different countries. My dad was using a tjuki (digging stick) every day to help us find water. I know this country, like the way the old people that passed away before us knew it. I worked for many years teaching important stories about my country at Uluru. I met people from all over the world, and worked with park rangers and other Anangu too; everybody together."


2017 Many Hands - Paintings from Iwantja, Short St Gallery, Broome
2016 Point of Difference - from Desert to Sea, Turner Galleries with Artitja Fine Arts, Perth
2016 APY-NAIDOC Exhibition, Signal Point & Kiri Kiri Arts, Victor Harbour
2016 The Blooming Desert, Talapi Gallery, Alice Springs
2016 Iwantja Artists, Harvey Art Projects, Idaho USA
2016 SALT, McCulloch and McCulloch, Melbourne
2015 TARNANTHI, Art Fair Tandanya, Adelaide 2015 SALT, McCulloch and McCulloch, Melbourne
2015 Indigenous Literacy Exhibition, McCulloch and McCulloch, Sydney
2015 Spring Salon, McCulloch and McCulloch, Shoreham
2015 Artitja Fine Arts, Fremantle Western Australia
2014 Artitja Fine Art, Fremantle Western Australia
2014 Tjungu Festival, Yulara, Uluru
2014 Autumn Salon, McCulloch and McCulloch, Shoreham VIC
2014 Right Now with Viscopy, Boomalli, Sydney
2014 Pukulpa Pots, Mr Kitly, Brunswick, VIC
2014 Celebrating Ten, Artitja Fine Art, Fremantle WA
2014 Ngali – Kitikiti – ni, Pop Up Gallery, The Rocks Sydney
2013 Better World Arts, Adelaide
2012 Talapi Gallery, Alice Springs
2011 Mossenson Gallery, Perth
2011 Booker Lowe Gallery, Houston Texas Collections
2012 University of Canberra

Artworks of Emily Cullinan