Paper mache Christmas balls made through Cross Cultural Programs which bridge the gap between Australian Indigenous and Global Communities through the Arts.
Design by Deborah Napaljarri Wayne from Warlukurlangu artists.
Warlukurlangu Artists is based in Yuendumu, about three and a half hours drive NW of Alice Springs. Established in 1985, it is one of the most significant Aboriginal art centres in Australia. Over 400men, women and children make up the membership of the Association, open to Warlpiri and Anmatyerre people from Yuendumu and surrounding homelands. The art centre is 100% Aboriginal owned, and as befits its non-profit making status, returns over two thirds of the proceeds from sales of artworks to its membership.
Cross Cultural Projects
Bridging the economic, creative and cultural gap between Aboriginal artists & global artisans through the arts enterprise. Taking themes from their original painting, Aboriginal artists have created the design which appears on this exclusive product. Designed in Australia, reproduced in Kashmir under Australian supervision.
These striking Christmas decorations are made from recycled paper, hand painted and lacquered in Kashmir. Decorative Christmas Balls are approximately 7.5cm
Royalties from the sale of the sale of this product benefit the artist and their communities
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