Art dealer/business (Indigenous owned/operated)

Wilurarra Creative

Wilurarra Creative is located in the very remote Mirlirrtjarra (Warburton) Community, on the Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. Since 2004, Wilurarra Creative has developed a strong Community Arts and Cultural Development framework that is ‘right-way’ for Ngaanyatjarra communities – this framework features a long-term, intergenerational and cross-cultural approach to skills development and learning that fosters unprecedented ownership over our projects, programs and facilities.


Wilurarra Creative delivers a diverse range of community driven activities and creative programs, co-created with 16-30 year old Ngaanyatjarra people. Wilurarra Creative programs include: music (recording, practice and performance), concerts, community events, fashion and Wilurarra Mangka (hair) salon projects, screen printing, design, metal work, photography, digital inclusion projects, video-making and publications – including our highly acclaimed Alanya project.


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Warburton Community
Warburton, WA 6431

opening hours

Only people that live in Warburton Community, and other First Nations individuals can access the Wilurarra Studio. We do not have general public access to the Studio, as Wilurarra Creative is located in a Private Aboriginal Community; anyone outside the community must have a reason and be granted a Ngaanyatjarra Lands Permit, to visit the community.
Wilurarra Creative is open to 16-30 year olds and their community: Mon-Fri 10am-noon and 2pm-4pm

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