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Knuldoorong Past Exhibitions

Knuldoorong 2022 featured work by:

Alice Baksh, Djaara and Yorta Yorta Elder, Long Neck Turtle Dreaming

Ally Charles, Yorta Yorta, Dja Dja Wurrung, Gunditjama, Generational Journey, Acrylic on Canvas 

Annie Brigdale, Yorta Yorta, River bank at sunset, Acrylic on canvas

Brett Carpenter, Wulbunja  Yuin Nation, Local residents of Pink Rocks Broulee, Acrylic on canvas 

Donna Conley, Dja Dja Wurrung, My Country, Acrylic 

Emily Gower, Living on Dja Dja Wurrung Country, River Flow, Acrylic on canvas

Georgina Riseley, Palawa, Nirripa Turtle Dreaming, Acrylic, yellow ochre, silicone pour, modelling paste

Janet Bromley, Yorta Yorta, 2019 till forever, Recycled Materials and Landscape, Recycled Materials 

Jason Kerr, Australia, Jarrah Boomerangs

Josie Gower, Living on Dja Dja Wurrung, Rock pools, Mixed Medium

Juckmair, Arrente, Husband and Wife, Painting

Keira Long, Bendigo, Myself & Dreamtime, Ink markers / Fine liner 

Kerri Douglas, Dja Dja Wurrung and Bangerang, Woven Bowl, Raffia 

Lorraine Brigdale, Yorta Yorta, Barripna (dawn), Handmade watercolour paint from ochres & minerals on watercolour paper 

and Yeyurringal (sunrise), Handmade watercolour paint from ochres & minerals on watercolour paper 

Lynette Fagan, Australia, Wadawurrung Country, Acrylic paint on stretched canvas 

Michellie Charvat, Palawa Tasmania and Flinders Island but I live and create on Dja Dja Wurrung, Palawa Kelp Water Carriers, Kelp 

Peta Hudson, Magpie Dreaming, Charcoal and Ochre on Indian Rag Paper 

Robyn Davis, Wadi Wadi, The two of us, Acrylic and ink on canvas

Samantha James, Fairy wrens on Counrty, Acrylic on Stretched canvas 

Simon Briggs, Yorta Yorta, Shield

Stephen Korp, Wemba Wemba,  ANZAC Black Warriors, Acrylic on Canvas 

Tammy Nancarrow, Australia, Passing of Knowledge, Acrylic 

Trina Dalton-Oodges, Wadawurrung & Gunditjmara, Emu Spirit, Tall Vessel, Lampshade Raffia, Connection Raffia 

Click on one of the images below to scroll through a gallery of 2022 Knuldoorong images.

BV&E acknowledges the Dja Dja Wurrung and Taungurung Peoples as the traditional custodians of the lands where our venues stand and where we share stories through art and culture.

We acknowledge and pay respect to their Elders past, present and future.