February 23 2024, 4:00 pm - 4:45 pm

William Mora Indigenous Art Centre Program Tour

Melbourne Art Fair
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 2A Clarendon St, South Wharf, VIC, 3006

Exhibition Door 1 Nearest MCEC entrance: Clarendon Street Closest MCEC carpark doors: 2, 3, 4, 5

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Take a tour led by Jessica Clark (Curator, ACCA) of the Indigenous art centres participating with the support of the William Mora Indigenous Art Centre Program.

Art Centres include: Moa Arts (Mua Lag/Moa Island), Munupi Arts & Crafts Association, (Pirlangimpi/Garden Point), Papunya Tjupi Arts (Papunya), and Wik & Kugu Arts Centre (Aurukun).

Funded by the Australian Government Office for the Arts Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) Program, and generously supported by Bennelong Funds Management and Morgans Financial Limited, the William Mora Indigenous Art Centre Program provides fully funded exhibition packages for four art centres to participate at Melbourne Art Fair.

Jessica Clark is a proud palawa/pallawah woman and a curator of contemporary art living and working on Wurundjeri Country in Naarm (Melbourne). She currently holds the position of Yalingwa Curator at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (2022-24) during which she has recently curated Between Waves (2023) – a major exhibition highlighting the significance and breadth of contemporary Aboriginal art practice in Southeast Australia, touring nationally (2024-26) – and From the other side (2023-24), co-curated with Elyse Goldfinch, and currently on now at ACCA. Jessica was on the selection committee for the Melbourne Art Fair 2024 William Mora Indigenous Art Centre Program (WMIACP).

Meeting point: Adjacent to VIDEO. Meet at sign ‘TOUR MEETING POINT’.

To attend this tour, purchase your ticket to Melbourne Art Fair here and register below.


Image: Candy Nelson Nakamarra painting outside the art centre, Papunya, Northern Territory, 2023. Courtesy Papunya Tjupi Arts.

William Mora Indigenous Art Centre Program Tour

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