Tarnanthi Art Fair celebrates First Nations culture

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Image supplied by Art Gallery of South Australia: 0201205 TARNANTHI Art Fair Tarnanthi Art Fair, 2020, Lot Fourteen, Adelaide Photo: Sia Duff

First Nations artists from all corners of Australia will travel a collective of over 127000 kms… Their objective?  To meet in Adelaide for this year’s Tarnanthi Art Fair which brings together over 50 art centres from across the nation. The Fair runs two days forming part of the Art Gallery of South Australia’s, Tarnanthi, a major festival of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.

Project Manager, Jade Turner says this year is significant with the fair returning in-person after two years online. So, what else will this event mean in the way of connecting artists and members of the public?

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