recent awards
& exhibitions

                 

Double Bush Binding: one author, two stories and 100 bookbinders
Using Euraba paper (national touring exhibition)

2013/14 Illuminate at Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney

2012  Strong Women, Strong Will, at Hazelhurst Gallery, Sydney

2012 The River, collaboratively made with Monika Grzymala for the Biennale of Sydney

2010 Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art Prize – Winner

2009  Art Melbourne

2009 Ten Years On Moree Plains Regional Gallery, NSW

2006 Pulp Non Fiction: True Stories from Euraba, Mossenson Galleries, Perth, WA

2005 National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) week exhibition at Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

2005 Telstra Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards – Finalist

2001  Employer of the Year Finalist with New England Institute of TAFE and Toomelah Cooperative Ltd

2001 – 04  Paper as Object (Noosa Regional Gallery touring exhibition) – included Euraba’s collaborative mural Bagaay

2000 Prime Minister’s Award for Excellence, Community Business Partnerships

              2000 Djiriyay Aboriginal Expo, exhibited during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games

2000 International Association of Paper Makers and Artists (IAPMA) Congress & Exhibition, Rome, Italy

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illuminate

In 2014 we collaborated with Jonathan Jones on the ‘Illuminate’ installation at the Art Gallery of NSW, re-creating a mission home out of Euraba paper. It was a powerful work that incorporated light projections and recorded stories exploring the Gomeroi community’s notion of home. More information on our news page here

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the river

We undertook a wonderful collaboration ‘The River’ with Polish/German installation artist Monika Grzymala for the 2012 Biennale of Sydney Cockatoo Island, creating a suspended work using cotton elements.

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strong women

In 2014 we collaborated with Jonathan Jones on the ‘Illuminate’ installation at the Art Gallery of NSW, re-creating a mission home out of Euraba paper. It was a powerful work that incorporated light projections and recorded stories exploring the Gomeroi community’s notion of home. More information on our news page here

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gaduu

Our work Gaduu – Murray Cod comprised of eight panels of embossed and coloured rag and fibre paper won the 2010 New South Wales Parliament Aboriginal Art Prize. A truly collaborative work, it was made by Thelma Bartman, Leonie Binge, Lola Binge, Michelle Binge, Adrienne Duncan, Alin Duncan, Aunty Joy Duncan, Christine Dumas, Nerida Hinch, Marlena Hinch, Aunty Marlene Hinch, Gerry McGrady, Leah McGrady, Tim McIntosh, Stella O’Halloran, Anita Swan and Lenice Swan.

euraba
artists

Founding Artists
Aunty Joy Duncan
Margaret Duncan
Adrienne Duncan
Aunty May Hinch
Marlene Hinch
Isabel Karkoe
Maureen Mishlewsky
Stella O’Halloran
Gloria Woodbridge

Lisa Bartman
Thelma Bartman
Andrew Binge
Greg Binge
Leonie Binge
Lola Binge
Norma Binge
Ben Boland
Chris Boland
Michael Brazil
Geoffrey Close
Donny Cubby
Veronica Cubby

Adrianne Duncan
Christine Dumas
Alice Hinch
Marlena Hinch
Carl Hippi
Deborah Knox
Neville McGrady
Samantha Nean
Diana Porter
Matthew Sharman
Cory Troutman
Michael Troutman