The Ngarrindjeri Weaving exhibition at the Murray Bridge Regional Art Gallery includes artworks of different media from traditional Ngarrindjeri basket weaving made by ancestors past, to contemporary artworks inspired by those same traditions.
“This exhibition aims to show people that even though we change, our traditions carry on and by honouring those traditions we can create amazing things”. Debra Rankine
"Stitch by stitch, circle by circle, weaving is like the creation of life, all things are connected." Aunty Ellen Trevorrow, Ngarrindjeri Elder, renowned basket weaver and mother.
The Murray Bridge Regional Gallery is proudly recognised as one of the leading galleries in regional South Australia. Located 45 minutes from Adelaide, the Gallery offers three exhibition spaces and a contemporary retail outlet featuring works from South Australia's leading artists and designers.
The gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm and on Sundays 11am to 4pm. It is closed Mondays and public holidays.Visit website
Dates and times: March 4 (10 AM — 4 PM).