Bula’bula Arts Aboriginal Corporation

Distinctive bark and canvas paintings, dupun (hollow logs), yidaki (didgeridu), and fibre art such as minder (dilly bags), bush string bags and beautifully woven mats emanate from Bula’bula Arts.

Dorothy Djukulul, 'Karritjarr and Warrnyu', 1730 x 980 mm, Earth pigments on canvas, © The Artist & Bula’bula Aboriginal Arts Corporation, Palya Art Catalogue N° C-2095
Art from Ramingining essentially derives from the travels and journeys of the creative spirits. Ancient art forms are also used to tell stories from more recent times.

Palya Art’s Online Gallery

The location of the Bula'bula Aboriginal Art Corporation in Australia

The Aboriginal Memorial created in 1988 by 43 artists from Ramingining is a testament to all Aboriginal people who died defending their lands against incursion by the British and other invaders. Described by James Mollison, then Director of the National Gallery of Australia, where it is on permanent display, “The Aboriginal Memorial is one of the most important art works ever produced in this country”.

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