Juluwarlu Yarndu Wangka


Juluwarlu Art Group is a collective of Yindjibarndi artists who celebrate Yindjibarndi Country, culture and language through a diverse range of artistic practices. The collective operates from 3 main sites- Ieramagadu (Roebourne) and Ngurrawanna (Ancestral Yindjibarndi Country) which are both located in the Pilbara region of North West WA - as well as having a studio at Goolugatup Heathcote (Perth).

The art group is part of Juluwarlu Group Aboriginal Corporation (JGAC), an Aboriginal owned and governed organisation that is dedicated to preserving, recording and promoting the culture of Yindjibarndi people.

โ€œHere at Juluwarlu, itโ€™s always been our passion to teach the next generation, because they [the Elders] gave it to us for that reason. So weโ€™re using any media form: digital media, sculpture, anything to do with art, canvas, weโ€™re putting it out there to teach Yindjibarndi culture. And if thatโ€™s the way to go for the next generation to learn my culture, or learn our culture, itโ€™s important that we keep doing that.โ€ Lorraine Coppin, CEO

The next generation
Sharing Culture
Learning from our Elders
Being on Country


Connecting to Yindjibarndi Country is at the core of everything we do, and we sustain our culture and our Country through this connection. Not only do on-Country trips provide our artists with endless inspiration, but they also allow important cultural knowledge to be passed down from generation to generation. We record and preserve this knowledge not just through out art but also through photographs, film, writing, song, spoken narratives, documentaries, and radio broadcasts. This deepens cultural knowledge, value, and language skills among our young people, and also promotes our culture our language to a broader audience, the general public.

Connecting with Country


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