INDIGENOUS ART CENTRES GUIDE
Indigenous Art Centres Guide - Art Collector
|Explore Indigenous art centres across Australia using the region-by-region breakdown on the left panel. |
The 2015 Indigenous Art Centres Guide is proudly sponsored by Ananguku Arts.
Ananguku Arts and Culture Aboriginal Corporation is an Aboriginal owned and governed arts support organisation, founded by the artists of the APY Lands in the far northwest of South Australia. It assists Indigenous artists and art centres by facilitating professional development opportunities and skills development workshops and providing information, forums and shared services on a regional and statewide level.
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|Image courtesy: Papunya Tula Artists, Alice Springs|
Published October 2013
Featuring stories on ethically collecting Indigenous art and a feature on why bark painting is contemporary art. This guide includes listings from art centres nationwide, an illustrated map and an artist index.
Published April 2012
Featuring stories on ethically sourcing Indigenous art and how to be certain of provenance, plus a look into one of the countries best known art centres, Tjala Arts. Also includes listings from art centres nationwide and an artist index.
Published April 2010
Featuring stories on ethically sourcing Indigenous art and how to be certain of provenance, plus a day in the life of an art centre manager. Also features an artist index and 2010 art centre highlights.
Published April 2009
Featuring stories on the importance of community owned Aboriginal art centres, and ethically sourcing Australian Indigenous art.