Ayers House museum – Titjikala exhibition

Titjikala exhibition. Tjungu Pakani - Together We Rise

Part of the acclaimed, multi-lingual Central Australian Womens’ Choir, the Titjikala Womens’ Choir enjoys a rich choral tradition that celebrates their traditional and Lutheran heritage through performance in Pitjantjatjara.

The Titjikala women’s choir are also gifted artists, achieving acclaim for their Batik silk work, which is exhibited at Ayers House Museum until 9th September.

During their time in Adelaide, the choir have shared their skills and heritage with the residents of Adelaide in a series of art and music workshops held at Lot Fourteen, former Royal Adelaide site and run by The Art Bus (Miranda and Claire Harris and Helen Fuller) and Soundstream’s artistic director Gabriella Smart.

Special thanks to City of Adelaide, National Trust of South Australia, The Art Bus, Centre of Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM) University of Adelaide, and Renewal SA.

The Concert and Exhibition launch was co-hosted by Soundstream & J.M.Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice.

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Ayers House museum

288 North Terrace Adelaide.

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