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Yarliyil Art Centre

Lot 300 Great Northern Hwy, Halls Creek, WA, 6770
Yarliyil Art Centre is situated on the  Great Northern Highway in the Halls Creek Shire Central Kimberely. Driven by the desire of local artists to practice and express culture through the visual arts, the Centre was formed and first opened in 1998. A new facility was built in 2015 which currently houses the Yarliyil Art Centre. The name Yarliyil means small paperbark tree. The prominent language groups of artists working at the Art Centre are Jaru, Gija & Walmajarri. Artists include Maggie Long, Bonnie Deegan, Biddy Timbinah, Lulu Trancollino, Maureen Deegan, Barry Demi, Johnathon Johnson, Rosie Lala, and Graham Lightning. Yarliyil Art Centre provides a place for local cultural expression by enabling the ethical production and sale of Aboriginal art. Artists work across a range of styles and paint in a variety of mediums, depicting stories of history, people, the country and its cultural significance. Yarliyil Art Centre Lot 300  Great Northern Highway, Halls Creek, WA, 6770 0477600420/0477600407

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Revealed Wa Aboriginal Art Market takes no responsibility for the negotiation, coordination or distribution of freight and shipping of purchases made at the 2021 online Revealed Wa Aboriginal Art Market. Items customers wish to purchase may require a manual quote for freight which will be charged separately. Shipping and freight costs are not included in the advertised purchase price unless this is stipulated at the point of purchase of the item by the Art Centre. All freight and shipping must be arranged directly with the Art Centre from where the purchase was made. If multiple items are purchased from different Art Centres in the same transaction, customers must arrange shipping with each Art Centre. Revealed Wa Aboriginal Art Market takes no responsibility for the distribution and arrival times of freight. As the Art Centre’s participating in the 2021 online Revealed Wa Aboriginal Art Market are located in some of the most remote locations in Australia, freight services can be inconsistent. Compounding this, the ongoing global challenges presented by the COVID-19 virus, means that processing and shipping times may be longer than usual. Revealed Wa Aboriginal Art Market takes no responsibility for any damaged or lost items.

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Revealed Wa Aboriginal Art Market takes no responsibility for refunds of purchases made at the 2021 online Revealed Wa Aboriginal Art Marke. All refund requests must be directed to the Art Centre where the purchase was made.

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Revealed Wa Aboriginal Art Market takes no responsibility for the cancellation, return or exchange of any purchases made at the 2021 online Revealed Wa Aboriginal Art Market. All cancellations, returns or exchange requests must be directed to the Art Centre where the purchase was made. Revealed Wa Aboriginal Art Market takes no responsibility for any or items that appeared different to what was depicted on the 2021 online Revealed Wa Aboriginal Art Market website.