KERINGKE ART CENTRE is situated in the community of Ltyentye Apurte (also known as Santa Teresa), which is approximately a one hour drive from Alice Springs.
Started more than 30 years ago, Keringke Arts is named after a culturally significant rock hole in the community. The Art Centre is Aboriginally owned and operated. While the stories and imagery of this vast country and its Indigenous people influence the works produced by the Keringke artists, age old motifs, landscape forms and patterns of movement lay the groundwork for dynamic and contemporary artwork.
A wide range of products are available from Keringke Arts, including textiles, bush toys, hand painted bowls and vases, and paintings, with the work prized for its unique style and authentic connection to culture. The gallery is open Monday to Thursday, from 9am till 4pm. No permit is required to enter the community, and visitors are very welcome.
Image: A work by Chantelle Mulladad. Courtesy: Keringke Arts.