From our archives:

As the leading festival event celebrating Aboriginal artists living across the vast region of Central Australia, we look back at some of the spectacular artworks from the September 2020 event.

  • Photographs from the Alice Springs Desert Mob Festival 2020
  • Pukara by Jimmy Donegan
  • Artwa tharrala urrknga mpaaritjaarta by Rahel Kngwarria Ungwanaka
  • Kunga Dancing by Janet Nyunmitji Forbes
  • Ninuku Tjukurpa by Judy Miller
  • The Rirra (Ironstone Pebble Country) by Dallas Smythe
  • Ngayuku Ngura Kuwari by Marina Pumani Brown
  • Tjintjira (Salt Pan) by Nita Ferguson
  • Kalaya (Emu) by Dorothy Richards
  • Lukarrara Jukurrpa (Desert Fringe-rush Seed Dreaming by Hilda Nakamarra Rogers
  • Hermannsburg by Charles Jangala Inkamala
  • Tjulpu Walking by Jane Mervin
  • Ngayuku Ngura Talitja (My Sand Dune Country) by Kathryn Queama
  • Untitled by Adam Gibbs Tjapaltjarri
  • Kalipinypa by Candy Nelson Nakamarra
  • Projector Lines by Marcus Camphoo
  • Minyma Kapitjara (Woman with water) by Cynthia Burke
  • Eagle with snake by William Keighran

Source: Desert Mob Festival 2020

Come and experience the next event, where visitors, collectors and art lovers converge on Mparntwe (Alice Springs) to see first hand the bold, creative, and exhilarating statements by a big mob of Aboriginal Artists in the desert heart and landscape of Australia.

Check out the Araluen Arts Centre website about their current exhibitions…

Alice Springs Desert Mob & MarketPlace | 2020 |2019 | 2018 | 2016