SharingStories works with partner communities to co-curate exhibitions and interactive displays for both touring and permanent installation.  We additionally engages in experimental arts practices and longer term residences with partner communities enabling the production of performative works, Virtual and Augmented Reality experiences for galleries and tourist centres and soon to be accessible on Country through mobile applications.


Upcoming Exhibitions and Installations

Same Like Yesterday


In 2019 ‘Same Like Yesterday – Virkuthalypila and Other Stories from Our Country’ opens at the Art Gallery of South Australia as part of the DreamBIG Children’s Festival.

Same Like Yesterday is a story about six senior Adnyamathanha women and two teenage girls travelling through the Flinders Ranges in the footsteps of Virlkuthalypila, the two women from the Yuramuda (Dreamtime). The project involved SharingStories artists in a longer-term creative practice and allowed for learning through experimentation, creative risk taking & greater capacity for refining & expanding stories that require multiple trips on country to support community reflection & remembering as a group. The final work is a unique form of visual storytelling involving drawing, animation, projection & performance to create a large-scale 3-dimensional projection performance, best described as gigantic paper pop-up books that come to life.


Same Like Yesterday Installation

Senior Custodians:
Yvonne Brady, Gladys and Sophie Wilton, Linda and Lesley Coulthard and Judy Johnson.
Also featuring:
Shaunaya and Sahara Brady

The Frog and Brolga


SharingStories is currently working with the Gija Community and WA New Museum to create an interactive Display exploring the story of the Frog and Brolga, a major Creation story for the Gija community relating to Purnululu. The Display will house language, videos, art work, animations, drone footage and soundscapes in an interactive map interface and will be housed in the Museum’s Continuous Cultures Gallery from 2020 as part of the new permanent installation.


Interface for the Gjia Display Panel

The Eagle, The Crow and The Bat


We are also partnering with the Jaara community and Castlemaine Art Gallery to install an interactive Display Panel housing rich cultural content relating to the Jaara story of The Eagle, The Crow and The Bat. The work was originally led by senior cultural custodian Uncle Brien Nelson and then by his son Uncle Rick Nelson.

Jaara paneljpegextended

Interface for for Jaara Display Panel to be housed at Castlemaine Art Gallery in Victoria.

Our Past Work

‘A Song for Country’, Nishi Gallery, Canberra

Ṉäkarrma Mark Guyula and Liz Thompson at
the opening of ‘A
Song for Country’.

‘A Song for Country’ at Nishi Gallery,

Opening night at Nishi Gallery, Canberra.

 ‘Gandjalala the Sugarbag Hunter’ : Manly Regional Art Gallery, Sydney

Gandajalala project, Manly Regional
Art Gallery.
Photo Credit: Lorrie Graham

Work from the Gandjalala project opening
at Manly Regional Art Gallery, visited by
community members and Djunkay.

Interactive Panel, Gandajalala project, Manly
Regional Art Gallery.

Photo Credit: Lorrie Graham