NAIDOC WEEK ART SHOW INFORMATION

Welcome to our virtual art show!

NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
This year’s NAIDOC theme is:
Always was .. Always will be ...
Live events for July NAIDOC Week have been cancelled this year (postponed to November) so instead, we are offering a July online art show.
Supporting Aboriginal communities and artists is what we do.
The Coronavirus and lockdowns have had a huge financial impact on Art Centres and local independent artists. Working together with a couple of art centres and ethical dealers we are staging this virtual show as our way of supporting them. This is a great opportunity to do some early Christmas shopping or just to buy something that you love.
PLEASE NOTE: Some of the photos make the paintings look the same size, so make sure you read the details found underneath each painting. It will tell you the size of the painting and whether or not it is stretched ( ready to hang ) or unstretched.  

 

How do I buy one?
  1. Scroll through the NAIDOC Week Virtual Art Show (a tab on this website, mulapa.com.au)
  2. Choose your artwork. Prices are between $55 and $900 (plus $10 postage).
  3. Send me an email at judim@iinet.net.au with the code for the work you wish to purchase. Each paintings has the name of the artist, the size of the painting and a code starting with MUL and followed by numbers eg MUL010 listed underneath its photo. Include this information with your purchase request.
  4. When I receive your email, I will send you a PayPal invoice (which has the option to pay by PayPal or direct credit). When you pay identify your payment by including the code for the painting you are buying.
 How will I get my painting?
Once payment is received, I will post the work and Certificate of Authenticity in a postal tube and send you an email with a tracking number so you can check its progress. As I’m living in Alice Springs at the moment and there are only two flights a week, it might take up to 2 weeks for your piece to reach you.
Who pays for postage?
We are charging a flat rate of $10 postage anywhere in Australia. This includes the cost of the postal tube and any other necessary packaging. Adjustments will be made if you purchase more than one piece. Postage will be added to the price of the painting and will show on your invoice.
Refund Policy?
 Although we do our best to represent each artwork faithfully in size and colours, we know that computer screens vary. Sometimes the real work can look different and not meet expectations. If this happens, you are welcome to return the work within 14 days after receiving it (you pay postage) and we will be happy to refund into a nominated account.
Need more information?
Contact Judi at judim@iinet.net.au 
 
Enjoy the show!

Thank you for helping us to support Aboriginal artists and their communities!