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    ABORIGINAL DREAMTIME FINE ART GALLERY specializes in high quality Australian Aboriginal Fine Art. With two locations in Sydney and Los Angeles, and over 12 years of experience, the gallery has an excellent source of the finest indigenous Aboriginal Art in the world.

    Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery sources artwork from highly acclaimed, award-winning artists who are represented in major public and private collections as well as promotes the work of younger and emerging artists. Relying on their depth of knowledge and experience in observing the on-going development of the Aboriginal Art movement, they encourage their customers and collectors to be aware that Aboriginal people directly benefit from all sales.

    West Hollywood, CA

    Sydney, Australia

    SATURDAY, JULY 30, 2011

    ART OF THE DIDGERIDOO
    An Exhibit and Sale of Traditional and Modern Instruments from the World’s Oldest Living Culture
    Opening Night Didgeridoo Show & Wine Reception – 7 PM
    Saturday –  July 30th, 2011

    Exhibition Dates: July 30 – August 27, 2011
    Free Didgeridoo Lesson: Saturday, August 27th • 3-4 PM

    Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery and L.A. Outback present Art of the Didgeridoo: An Exhibit and Sale of Traditional and Modern Instruments from the World’s Oldest Living Culture.

    Wood didge sculptor James Wallace from Tulsa, OK and Documentary Filmmaker Joshua Bell will be there opening night!

    Join us at 7 PM on Saturday, July 30th for opening night at Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery in West Hollywood, CA, for a most unique event. Opening night will feature a brief talk about the history and use of the didgeridoo in Australian aboriginal culture and its recent fusion with modern music around the world followed by awesome didgeridoo performances. Admission is free. Wine and light snacks provided.

    The exhibit and sale runs through August 27th. There will be a FREE didgeridoo workshop for beginners on the closing day (Sat., Aug. 27) from 3-4 PM.

    Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery specializes in high quality Australian Aboriginal Fine Art. With two locations in Sydney and Los Angeles, and over 12 years of experience, the gallery has an excellent source of the finest indigenous Aboriginal Art in the world. Most of the didgeridoos on display during this exhibit will be available for purchase.

    L.A.Outback Didgeridoos will be curating this exhibit which will feature instruments by the most famous crafters from Australia and beyond. See and play didgeridoos made from traditional Australian eucalyptus, agave, yucca, bamboo and native timbers. The Barry Martin collection will showcase vintage instruments from the 1940s up to the 1990s. And there will be examples of mago and yidaki (didgeridoos from remote regions of Arnhem Land), as well as contemporary didgeridoos by the following artist/crafters:

    Djalu and Winiwini Gurruwiwi, Burrngupurrngu Wunungmurra, Dindirrk Mununggurr, George Djunggunwanga, Frankie Lane, Jarrold Junni, James Wallace, Will Thoren, Geoff Frost, Myke Gomezmaicas, Brad Evans, Robert Remington, Jamie Mugudun, Djapardi, Derwood Yumundi, Steve Bachmann, Jaime “VYAL” Reyes, Silvana “Jeyd” Paredes, Damon Meuli, Chris Ewing, Isaac Montoya, Geoff Tucker and others.

    Sponsors: SoBé Life Water & BlueSky

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    Walangkura Napanangka
    Tjiturulnga – b.1946

    Walangkura Napanangka was born in 1946 at Tjiturulnga, west of Walungurru (Kintore). She is the daughter of Inyuwa Nampitjinpa and Tutuma Tjapangati and sister of the Pirrmangka Napanangka. Her family was amongst a group of Pintupi people who made their way to the Ikuntji settlement (Haasts Bluff) in 1956. They walked hundreds of kilometres from west of the salt lake of Karrkurutinjinya (Lake Macdonald) to access the supplies of food and water on offer at the settlement. The family returned to their homelands community of Walungurru in 1981.

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