Support self-initiated income:

Tjanpi, Warakurna artists, wiltcha, wadi, minyma

Image © Tjanpi Desert Weavers
Warakurna Tjanpi artists with Early Days Family

Tjanpi provides one of the few opportunities for self-initiated income on the 26 remote communities in the western and central deserts of Australia, and brings Aboriginal women together on country to collect grass, sculpt and weave, sing and dance and keep culture strong.

The Tjanpi enterprise’s income comes from a number of sources including sales of the artwork, funding grants, weaving workshops and donations.

Individuals and organisations can support Tjanpi by:

Donate: to assist with running costs for remote travel, workshops and art repair work. Donate here

Purchase artwork: at the Tjanpi online gallery or the Tjanpi Gallery in Alice Springs

Volunteer: Register your interest in volunteering your time and skills to the organisation by contacting us here