Established in 1987, Warlayirti Artists Aboriginal Corporation is located in the small Indigenous community of Wirrimanu (Balgo) and serves approximately 300 Indigenous artists from the communities of Wirrimanu, Mulan and Kururrrungku (Billiluna). As a leader in best Indigenous practices, it has become a dynamic hub, with an Art Centre, new-Media Centre and a Cultural Centre. Warlayirti Artists welcomes visitors and we look forward to seeing you.
Warlayirti Artists specialises in fine art paintings, as well as etchings on paper, photography, film and music.
Warlayirti Artists is one of Australia’s leading Indigenous art centres whose artists have a reputation for producing uniquely individual and vibrant artworks. Located in Balgo Community, on the edge of the Great Sandy and Tanami Deserts in northern Western Australia, Warlayirti Artists, represents more than 200 artists across the three communities in the Kutjungka region – Kururrungku (Billiluna), Mulan, and Wirrimanu (Balgo).
Warlayirti Art Centre is a multifunctional space with artist’s studios, a large gallery, Cultural Centre, New Media facility and an outdoor venue for community events. Artists gather daily to paint, women in the studio and men on the verandah, and during the dry season the Art Centre receives a steady stream of visitors.
Warlayirti is a Not for Profit Incorporation with Deductible Gift Recipient status.