Sally M Nangala Mulda

Tangentyere Artists, Alice Springs

Born Titjikala Region 1957

Languages Arrernte, Luritja, Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2020

  • 'Remembering Now', Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane
  • 'Everyday', Raft Artspace Gallery, Alice Springs

2019

  • 'Talking Story, Painting Story', Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane

2018

  • 'No Trouble Here', Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane

2016

  • ‘Town Camp Stories’, Raft Artspace Gallery, Alice Springs

2013

  • 'Painting My Town Camp Stories', Raft Artspace Gallery, Alice Springs

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2020

  • 'Flying Colours', Talapi Art Gallery Alice Springs
  • 'Town Camp Now', Short St Gallery, Broome

2019

  • 'Tarnanthi at AGSNA', Art Gallery of South Australia
  • 'Looking for Pmara (home)', Merricks House Art Gallery, Merricks
  • 'Desert Mob', Araluen Cultural Centre, Alice Springs
  • 'Arrentye Mamu - Monster Monster', Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • 'We from the Centre, Travelling to the Ocean',
  • Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Edwina Corlette Gallery, Sydney
  • 'The National: New Australian Art', Art Gallery of New South Wales
  • Sir John Sulman Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales

2018

  • 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane
  • ‘Arelhe Mape Altyerre Ileme - Women Telling Stories’, Short St Gallery, Broome
  • ‘Tangentyere Artists Christmas Exhibition’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • 'The Story Belonging To US', Koskela Gallery, Sydney
  • 'Tjina Mob: Next Door', Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • 'Desert Mob', Araluen Cultural Centre, Alice Springs
  • 'Ancient Stories, New Narratives - Sims Dickson Collection', Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre

2017

  • ‘Tangentyere Artists Christmas Exhibition’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Tarnanthi Festival Art Fair’, Tandanya Cultural Centre, Adelaide
  • ‘Mparntwe & Ntaria Itweke-Itwe Mob [Alice Springs & Hermannsburg Neighbours]’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Desert Mob’, Araluen Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs
  • ‘Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’, Darwin Convention Centre

  • ‘Together Our Stories Are Stronger’, Merricks General Wine Store
  • ‘Tangentyere Artists New Works’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Ngura Kutjupa Walytja Kutju (Different Countries, One Home)’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Alice Springs Always Was’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs

2016

  • ‘Tangentyere Artists: Town Camp Yarns’, Short Street Gallery, Broome
  • ‘Our Selves, Our Stories - Town Camp Artist’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Desert Mob 2016’, Araluen Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs

  • ‘Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’, Darwin Convention Centre

  • ‘Arrweketye Mob’, Ewyenper Atwatye Artists, Hermannsburg Potters and Yarrenyty Arltere Artists at Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Recent Works’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Mamie & Sally’, Portland Museum of Modern Art, Portland, Oregon, USA

2015

  • ‘Tarnanthi Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art’, Tandanya Cultural Centre, Adelaide
  • ‘Making Place, Tarnanthi Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art’, Art Gallery South Australia
  • ‘SELFIES 2 l Town Campers’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs 

  • ‘Desert Mob - 25 Year Commemorative Exhibition’, Araluen Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs
  • ‘Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’, Darwin Convention Centre

  • ‘We are in Wonder LAND: New Experimental Art from Central Australia’, NIEA, UNSW Galleries
  • ‘Desert Dreaming featuring Artworks from 6 Art Centres from Central Australia’, Art Images Gallery, Norwood, SA

2014

  • ‘Figuratively Speaking: Town Camp artists tell their stories’, Aboriginal and Pacific Art Gallery, Sydney
  • ‘Selfies: Representation of Self by Town Camp Artists’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Desert Mob 2014’, Araluen Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs
  • ‘In support of Artists in Black’, Arts Law Art Auction Fundraising Event, Sydney
  • ‘8th Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’, Darwin Convention Centre
  • Touring Exhibition of Aboriginal womens art of the Central and Western Deserts from the Sims Dickson Collection Strong Women Strong Painting Strong Culture
  • ‘New Works: Salon Show’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Healing Ways: Art with Intent’, DAX Centre, University of Melbourne, Parkville VIC
  • Seoul Open Art Fair, Desart Members Exhibition, Seoul, South Korea
  • ‘RightNow’, Boomali Cooperative, Sydney
  • ‘Tangentyere Artists, A Survey’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs

2013

  • ‘A Survey of Works’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘New Work by Tangentyere Artists’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Family Trees - Mbantua Festival Exhibition, Curated by Hetti Perkins – Desart Art Centres’, Alice Springs Telegraph Station & Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Tangentyere Artists - Open Day of New Art Centre’, Tangentyere Artists Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Desert Mob’, Araluen Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs
  • ‘Tangentyrere Artists’, Central Craft, Alice Springs

  • ‘Our Way, Their Way’, Raft Art Space, Alice Springs
  • ‘Margaret Boko and Sally Mulda’, Merenda Fine Art Gallery, Fremantle, WA
  • ‘Ghost Citizens: Witnessing the Intervention’, curated by Jo Holder and Djon Mundine OAM, Cross Art Projects Gallery

2012

  • ‘Town Camp Art – Tangentyrere Artists’, Short Street Gallery, Broome

  • ‘THREE’, co-curated by Shauna Tilmouth, CHAN Contemporary Art Space, Darwin
  • ‘Tangentyere Artists: Recent Paintings’, William Mora Gallery, Melbourne
  • ‘Human Rights Film Festival’, Olive Pink Botanic Gardens, Alice Springs
  • ‘Songlines – A Cooee Christmas’, Cooee Aboriginal Art Gallery, Sydney
  • ‘Ghost Citizens: Witnessing the Intervention’, curated by Jo Holder and Djon Mundine OAM, Cross Art Projects Gallery
  • ‘Desert Mob’, Araluen Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs
  • ‘Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’, Darwin Convention Centre

  • ‘Alice Springs Beanie Festival’, Araluen Art and Cultural Centre, Alice Springs
  • ‘Alice Desert Festival’, HUB Space, Alice Springs
  • ‘Tangentyere Artists’, Merenda Gallery, Perth

2011

  • ‘The Lighthouse Murals - Darwin Festival Park’, Harry Chan Avenue
  • ‘Tangentyere Artists’, Kate Ownen Gallery, Sydney
  • ‘Tangentyere Artists’, William Mora Gallery, Melbourne
  • ‘Tangentyere Artists’, Bond Gallery, Adelaide
  • ‘Our Homes: Town Camp & Beyond’, Japingka Indigenous Fine Art Gallery, Fremantle, WA
  • ‘Human Rights Film Festival’, Olive Pink Botanic Gardens, Alice Springs
  • ‘Desert Mob’, Araluen Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs
  • ‘Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’, Darwin Convention Centre
  • ‘Singapore Urban Aboriginal Art – A Survey’, ReDot Fine Art Gallery

2010

  • ‘Tjintu Kutjupa’, Mossenson Gallery, Melbourne
  • ‘Desert Mob’, Araluen Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs
  • ‘Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’, Darwin Entertainment Centre
  • ‘Coming Together’, Peta Appleyard Gallery, Alice Springs
  • ‘Art From the Heart of Town Camps’, Outstation Gallery, Darwin

2009

  • ‘Desert Mob’, Araluen Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs
  • ‘Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’, Darwin Entertainment Centre
  • ‘Anwernekenhe Ayeye’, Japingka Indigenous Fine Art Gallery, Fremantle WA
  • ‘Town Camps and Coloured Mission Blankets’, Japingka Indigenous Fine Art Gallery, Fremantle, WA
  • ‘My House - Central Australian Art Centre Show’, Birrung Gallery, Sydney

AWARDS

2020

  • Finalist, King & Wood Malleson's Contemporary First Nations Art Award, Melbourne
  • Finalist, 41st Alice Prize National Contemporary Art Award, Araluen Arts Centre
  • Finalist, Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize, Brighton

2019

  • Finalist, Sir John Sulman Art Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales
  • Finalist, Telstra NATSIAA, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

2018

  • Finalist, Telstra NATSIAA, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

2012

  • Finalist, Telstra NATSIAA,Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

2011

  • Finalist, Annual Human Rights Art Awards, Supreme Court Foyer, Darwin

COLLECTIONS

  • Art Gallery of New South Wales
  • Art Gallery of South Australia
  • University of Queensland, Anthropology Museum
  • University of Queensland Art Museum
  • Araluen Art and Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs
  • Darwin Festival Lighthouse Murals Commission
  • Deborah Sims & Matt Dickson Collection
  • The Brian Tucker Collection
  • The John Cruthers Collection
  • Utrecht Museum of Contemporary Aboriginal Art, The Netherlands
  • Art Gallery of New South Wales
  • Art Gallery of South Australia