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Our Project - Tangentyere Textiles
24 May 2012
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Thanks to the Westpac Foundation Catalyst Grant, Tangentyere Artists will screen print their designs onto fabric, then create patterns and sew them into a clothing and accessories range. There will be two streams of products: artists-created clothing and accessories for artists and their families; and artist-created clothing and accessories for the market. The clothing and purse range will be showcased as our exciting new product line for the premier Central Australian Aboriginal Art event, Desert Mob in September 2012. We anticipate that this project will provide a platform for revealing hidden talent that is Central Australian Aboriginal designers, dressmakers and seamstresses, and will serve as a good indicator of market interest in our unique Central Desert wares.

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