|Date of Birth||07/09/1953|
|Art Centre||Kaltjiti Arts|
Imitjala Curley was born in 1953 when her parents were at the Ernabella mission but the family moved to Fregon as soon as the cattle station was established in 1961.
A senior traditional women, Imitjala holds cultural knowledge relating to the Ngintaka, Perentie lizard and Ngapari (sugar leaf tjukurpa) at Watarru. Imitjala's connection to the Kampurparpa Tjukurpa in the Walytjitjata region is through her mother’s Country 'Puni Puni.’ This place is a small homeland just over the Northern Territory border approximately 46km north of Kalka on the APY Lands.
Imitjala was married to Kun Curley and has five children, all girls. She has been working with Kaltjiti Arts since it began as a craft room in the early sixties.