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Sabbia artists finalists of the SAM Indigenous Ceramic Award

Congratulations to Alfred Lowe, Arrente (NT), Ernabella artists (Pukatja/ Pitjantjatjara, NT) Alison Milyika Carroll, Carlene Thompson, Elizabeth Dunn, Rupert Jack, Tjunkaya Tapaya OAM, Hermannsburg artists (Ntaria Western Aranda, NT) Hayley Coulthard Panangka, & Beth Inkamala Mbitjana & Tiwi artist Jock Puautjimi, … Continue reading

Congratulations to Pepai Jangala Carroll – The King’s School Art Prize 2020 Winner

We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2020 King’s School Art Prize is Sabbia Gallery artist Pepai Jangala Carroll. This is an annual $20,000 Acquisitive Award presented to an Australian contemporary artist, this year judged by Maud … Continue reading

Sabbia’s artists acknowledged in print and digital media

Sabbia Gallery’s artists and exhibitions have had a busy time in both the digital and print media recently. Clay Stories received a full page review by Kerry-Anne Cousins in the Canberra Times, and well as online in the Sydney Morning Herald, … Continue reading

Clay Stories travels to Alice Springs

Sabbia Gallery and the Remote Communties Ceramic Network are pleased to announce the upcoming launch of the touring exhibition Clay Stories : Contemporary Indigenous Ceramics from Remote Australia at Araluen Arts Centre in Alice Springs. The exhibition runs from 3 … Continue reading

Clay Stories ‘In Conversation’ and Artist Demonstration

We had a great opening launch for Clay Stories on Thursday 9 March. Then followed it up with a very busy, and well attended Exhibition talk and Artist Demonstration on Saturday 11 March 2017, in conjunction with Art Month Sydney. … Continue reading

Clay Stories is up

Clay Stories: Contemporary Indigenous Ceramics from Remote Australia has just been launched at Sabbia Gallery in Sydney. The exhibition has come about after two years of conversations between the director Anna Grigson and Ruth McMillan, Janet DeBoos, Hannah Kothe and … Continue reading

Recent public acquisitions for Sabbia’s artists – Mount, Rea and Thompson

We would like to congratulate three of Sabbia Gallery’s artists on the recent acquisitions of their work from their 2016 exhibitions into two of Australia’s public collections. Nick Mount held his solo show titled Hard and Soft Geometry at Sabbia … Continue reading

The National Museum of Australia’s Derek Thompson Acquisition

The National Museum of Australia has recently acquired Ernabella’s Derek Thompson pot ‘Kungkarangkalpa Attila’ for inclusion in the Museum’s Songlines collection and also adds to the Ernabella Arts collection that tells aspects of the stories of the community’s art and cultural … Continue reading

Powerhouse Museum acquires major ceramic work from Ernabella

Sabbia Gallery would like to announce the very important acquisition by the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney of a major ceramic work by the indigenous artist from Ernabella Australia Derek Jungarrayi Thompson. The work titled ‘Wanampi Munu Nignt…aka’, 2013 which was … Continue reading