Homeland: Djarrakpi
Clan: Maŋgalili
Moiety: Yirritja

Bitharr is a senior printmaker and arts worker at Buku Larrnggay as well as an artist. She started working at Buku-Larrnggay Mulka in early 2016 and has since developed her skills as a print maker, through participating in several workshops, both in the Yirrkala studio and abroad. 

In June 2016 Bitharr participated in Sean Smith’s printmaking workshop where she produced her first linocut work. Other workshops with Sean Smith have included etching techniques and screen printing. 

In early 2017, Bitharr travelled to Castlemaine to assist in opening the Balnhdhurr – A Lasting Impression exhibition and to conduct its associated public programs.

Bitharr is a key representative of the art centre at art fairs and events Australia wide and in 2019 completed an arts worker extension training through ANKAAA (Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists). Bitharr continues to grow her skills and knowledge base across many aspects of Buku Larrnggay’s operations.