Brand new Juluwarlu look!

Wanthiwa (hello) and welcome to our new look! We are very excited to share our new Juluwarlu Art Group logo and brand with everyone!

In 1998, Lorraine Coppin bought a cassette tape recorder to preserve the stories of Woodley King — a Yindjibarndi Elder — founder of Ngurrawaana Community between Millstream-Chichester National Park and Gregory Gorge — and her partner (Juluwarlu’s co-founder) Michael Woodley’s grandfather. From that first cassette tape, the Juluwarlu organisation and the Juluwarlu Archive was created.

Five years ago we started making art as a new way to preserve and share our stories and culture. Since then we've been exploring and expanding our multi-artform practices which now include painting, carving, artefact-making, digital media and puppetry. We began to grow so much that we felt we needed our own, new, sub-brand to communicate with you all.

This branding process has been an interesting and creative one for us, making us think about a lot of different things. We are still working on a new website which we hope to launch soon where you’ll be able to learn more about us.

Thank you very much to @studiopapa and @lotterywest for their support.