Wirnda Barna Artists is Australia's newest not-for-profit Aboriginal art centre located on Badimaya and Wadjarri country in Western Australia's Upper Murchison region.
Wirnda Barna supports and represents Aboriginal artists from the communities of Yalgoo, Mount Magnet, Sandstone, Cue, Meekatharra and Yulga Jinna.
The art centre offers a secure, creative and ethical environment in which artists can meet and work together to share skills and knowledge, connect with their language and culture and generate income through the sale of their visual art.
Artists draw inspiration from the rich landscape, spectacular wildflower season in Spring and important cultural sites of the region including The Granites; Wilgie Mia Aboriginal Ochre Mine, Australia's largest ochre mine and Walga Rock, Western Australia's largest gallery of Aboriginal rock paintings.
Wirnda Barna acknowledges and pays our respects to the Traditional Custodians on whose land we meet, the Badimaya and Wadjarri people.