Our priorities, activities and protocols are directed by three important levels of governance.

The three levels include the Bábbarra Women’s Leadership Group, the Arts and Cultural Subcommittee and the Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation Board.

Our Bábbarra Team

  • Jessica Stalenberg – Manager
  • Ziian Carey – Assistant Manager
  • Raylene Bonson – Arts Worker Kuninjku/Kunibidji Artist
  • Josephine james – Arts Worker Kunibidji Artist
  • Abigail Namundja Gurawiliwili – Textile Arts Worker and Kuninjku artist
  • Ruth Bindiedebal – Artist
  • Esther Yarllarlla – Senior Kunibidji Artist
  • Jay Jurrupula Rostron – Senior Kune Artist
  • Deborah Wurrkidj – Senior Kuninjku artist
  • Janet Marawarr- Senior Kuninjku Artist
  • Susan Marawarr – Senior Kuninjku Artist
  • Joy Garlbin- Senior Kunibidji Artist
  • Elizabeth Wullunmingu – Senior Burarra Artist
  • Belinda Kernan – Kunibidji Artist
  • Lucy Yarawanga – Gurrgoni and Kunibidji Artist
  • Lucielle Ikara – Artist
  • Elizabeth Kala Kala – Kune Artist
  • Melba Gunjarrwanga – Kuninjku Artist
  • Jecinta Lami Lami – Kunibidji Artist
  • Genevieve Smith – Kunibidji Artist
  • Kylie Hall – Yolgnu Artist
  • Josephine James – Kunibidji Artist
  • Miriam Jinmanga – Artist
  • Margot Gurawiliwili- Artist
DAAF 2022 Team from left; Elizabeth Wullunmingu, Abigail Namundja, Lucy Yarrawanga, Ziian Carey , Esther Yarllarlla, Janet Marawarr, Deborah Wurrkidj, Jessica Stalenberg

Raylene Bonson, Verity Bangarra, Joy Garlbin, Jocelyn Koyole, Josephine James and Elizabeth Wullunmingu 2023
Deborah Wurrkidj, Janet Marawarr and manager Jessica Stalenberg in India 2023

Arts and Culture

Bábbarra Women’s Centre is part of the Bawinanga Arts and Cultural division, which includes  Maningrida Arts and Culture, the Djomi Museum and the Cultural Research Office.