Ceduna Aboriginal Arts & Culture Centre was established in 2001. Located on the coast of Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, the art centre provides studio and exhibition services for Indigenous artists from the immediate area as well as Oak Valley, Maralinga, Yalata, and Koonibba.
Pungkai is Ceduna’s most high-profile artist, having moved there in 2008 after the death of his Pitjantjatara adoptive mother, Eileen Stevens, at Nyapari. Beaver Lennon, a young local artist, is rapidly becoming the next important artist to emerge from Ceduna; he has been selected for the 2013 Western Australia Indigenous Art Award at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Lennon will be exhibiting at the gallery in October with Pungkai and Greg Johns.