Selling Yarns 3: weaving the nation’s story

Ended — at National Museum of Australia

Date & Time


Selling Yarns 3: Weaving the nation’s story was a four-day event that presented a conference, a market day, workshops, an exhibition and associated activities program, and launched the inaugural Indigenous Art Film program. As the premier national forum for Indigenous textile and fibre in the country it was supported by the Centenary of Canberra, drawing people to the nation’s capital from across the country.

Thirty Indigenous communities and art centres and 134 artists from every state and territory in Australia converged in Canberra to participate in Selling Yarns 3: Weaving the nation’s story. Indigenous artists and elders, and art administrators, came together and participated as speakers, workshop facilitators and market stall holders to share their stories, exchange their knowledge and skills, and to trade. They opened their hearts to each other and to other conference delegates and visitors.

Participating Artists

Location & Contact

National Museum of Australia
Lawson Cres, Acton ACT 2601

More information

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