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Marra Dreaming Gallery

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Marra Dreaming Gallery is a cultural community centre, established in 1999 by Aboriginal women from various regions of Australia.

The gallery was set up to provide a space for Aboriginal people to develop their artwork and is now a thriving meeting place for community to experience and explore Aboriginal culture. Their authentic art pieces, created by emerging and established Aboriginal artists, are for sale and are exhibited in their art gallery located on site. Artists work in residence and visitors may observe them creating pieces such as:

  • Boomerangs
  • Didgeridoos
  • Paintings on canvas
  • Ceramics

Marra Dreaming Gallery run arts and crafts programs for both Aboriginal people and the wider community. Some of their workshops include:

  • Traditional basket weaving
  • Contemporary Aboriginal art
  • Ceramics painting
  • Beading

Marra Murrangga Kumangka means, 'hands work together' in the Kaurna language (pronounced Gar-nu) and this is the ethos of the organisation.

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday, 9am to 3.30pm, excluding school and public holidays.


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