T-Shirt | Bush Car by Cheryl McMillan | Tangentyere Artists | Assorted Sizes
This fabulous Bush Car t-shirt features the design of artist Cheryl Mcmillan of Ewyenper Atwatye Artists, Hidden Valley Town Camp in Alice Springs, Northern Territory. This design has become iconic for the textile project that has grown out of this small but hugely creative group of Indigenous artists.
Town Camp Designs is a collection of products created by Ewyenper Atwatye, Tangentyere Artists and Yarrenyty Arltere Artists. They are a 100% Aboriginal owned and run art centre with all sales directly supporting the artists, and all profit going towards artists fees and future projects. Through their art, Town Camp Artists communicate stories about their families, identity and lives.
Tangentyere is an Arrernte word that means coming together, working together. Tangentyere Artists operates a studio, gallery space, and outreach program - providing a hub for art activities across the Alice Springs Aboriginal Town Camps. The organisation is committed to innovative, sustainable, fine art outcomes for Town Camp Artists. Ewyenper Atwatye is a satellite textile project of Tangentyere Artists.
Designed and made in Australia
Assorted unisex sizes available, see size chart
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T-Shirt Dress | Sally M Nangala Mulda | Tangentyere Artists | Assorted Sizes
This boatneck t-shirt dress features the work of Sally M Nangala Mulda of Tangentyere Artists. Made in a limited edition of 100 and exclusively launched at the MCA Store Sydney...
Tea towel | Vegemite toast | black on natural linen | Tangentyere Artists
This bold Vegemite Toast linen tea towel is designed by Patricia Niel, Patricia Robinson and Tina Drover of Ewyenper Atwatye. This design is part of the ‘Urban Tucker’ tea towel series, designs...
Tea Towel | Billy Tea | Black on Natural Linen | Tangentyere Artists
This bold Billy Tea linen tea towel is designed by Stella McMillan, Beverley McMillan and Janelle McMillan of Ewyenper Atwatye. Billycans are commonly used to make hot cups of tea on the fire...