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Kuju Aboriginal Arts

Kuju is the only Aboriginal owned and operated Galley & Art Centre in South Australia showcasing local Aborginal art from Port Lincoln and the Wangka Wilurrara area.

Kuju has conducted successful exhibitions with many artworks being purchase by collectors both nationally and internationally.


Kuju also conduct workshops for the general public and schools including wood and canvas painting. mosaics and jewellery.

Location PLACC, 30 Ravendale Rd, Port Lincoln 5606
Telphone 08 8682 6677
Fax 08 8682 6616
Email admin@placc.org.au
Some of the great artworks developed by members of our art program

The Silk trees concept by Bob Daly is to illuminate some of the great changes made to the people and the land of Eyre Peninsula SA. The Concept was to create a freestanding forest of silk painted trees 3.5m tall by 1.5m.

Each tree had unique lighting and a fan to breathe life into the trees. Each tree recalls a beautiful and bountiful land through visual images and prose, which leads the viewer on a journey of contemplation and understanding.
Cultural difference explored in relation to the land and its connection to man and enables us to work towards reconciliation.

It is by taking the initiative to come together and work together through art, where the boundaries are less rigid, that will inevitably benefit reconciliation.