By Lily HargravesWarnayaka Art Exhibitions:


A Vibrant Collection of Aboriginal Art from Lajamanu


June 13th 2017, Exhibition Opening

East Hotel, Kingston, ACT

Please Join Jaktman Australian Contemporary Art Gallery for opening drinks at 6pm, hosted by East Hotel.



Exhibition preview can be found at:


Coo-ee Gallery, 31 Lamrock Ave (cnr Chambers Ave) Bondi Beach Sydney Australia

Suzanne O'Connell Gallery 93 James St Brisbane.

Vivien Anderson Gallery -

Brits Art Germany

Pollon Art New York America

Ph  US +1 (323)  899 2187

Australia +61 409 757 678

JGM ART LIMITED London  T: +44 (0) 7860 325326


The Award Winning Artists from the Lajamanu Community are always having Exhibitions.

The Warnayaka Art Centre has more than just Art Exhibitions. We offer a true cultural experience of Aboriginal life and stories from their Dreamtime. The Lajamanu Community Art gives you an insight into their lives, the Dreamtime and their relationship with the land.

As well as Art Exhibitions, the Warnayaka Art Centre has capital city markets. Lajamanu is half way between Alice Springs and Darwin to the west near the NT/WA border. Lajamanu has a population of 900 Warlpiri people - their stories are part of their Art. We look forward to meeting you and sharing our Aboriginal culture and traditions.