Koskela

Nganana T-shirt - Iwantja

$70.00

or make 4 interest-free payments of $17.50 AUD fortnightly with Afterpay More info

  • Nganana T-shirt - Iwantja
  • Nganana T-shirt - Iwantja
  • Nganana T-shirt - Iwantja

Koskela

Nganana T-shirt - Iwantja

$70.00

or make 4 interest-free payments of $17.50 AUD fortnightly with Afterpay More info

Part of the Nganana / Koskela: Art Centre T-shirt Collab, this T-shirt is a design from Iwantja Arts.

It has been digitally printed on a 140GSM Certified 100% organic cotton Bandsome Raw Tee, which features a relaxed crew neck, long body and raw sleeves and hem. The white tee is a men’s size large, but is a flattering oversized cut for women also.

PRE-ORDER ONLY
The Nganana t-shirts are made-to-order so please allow 2-3 weeks for it to be delivered to your door. 

About the Iwantja Arts design: 
Tjurki (Owl) by Rene Sundown.

The Tjurki (owl), the symbol of Iwantja, has a famous tjukurpa attached to where it travelled in Indulkana.

“I was born in country along the way to Uluru. My father was a stockman and my mother was a teacher to me and my brothers. When the rain would come we used to go hunting for rabbit and malu (kangaroo) with my father. He was always catching echidnas and we used to pull out all the sharp ends and cook them on the fire. A salty creek used to run near Erldunda Station, me and my brothers always wanted to be swimming there. I live at the Homelands now with my husband, we enjoy watering the plants and living in the country, it’s a good place. It’s important to know about family and to grow up children on these lands, then we can remember this country and where we come from.”

Iwantja Arts takes its name from the Iwantja Creek where the community was first established. A large native gum growing in the creek bed marks the resting place and dreaming site of the Tjurki (owl) and tells the story of his journey through country.

Iwantja Arts is a not for profit, Aboriginal owned and run corporation managed
by a board of directors. Through strong governance, the art centre encourages and fosters artistic excellence and cultural development within the community by providing opportunities, training, and career development for artists.

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