The ANKAAA Arts Worker Extension Program is an intensive nine month professional development program for eight high-achieving, long-serving Indigenous arts workers from the ANKAAA membership.
Travelling with Yarns was an Indigenous Textile Forum that took place in Gunbalanya, Arnhem Land, in August 2012. Designers and textile printers from many remote Art Centres from the Top End traveled to the Forum to share stories and discuss common issues and directions for the industry.
ANKAAA celebrated its 25th anniversary, in conjunction with the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards, with a presentation of traditional dancing from each of the four ANKAAA regions – Arnhem Land, Tiwi, Kimberley and Katherine/ Darwin.
In this issue: 25thth Anniversary Edition Working Together: ANKAAA 25 Years of Keeping Art, Country and Culture Strong 1987-2012, By Christina Davidson, ANKAAA CEO ANKAAA Value Statement: What is True and Important to Us Becoming an Artist, By Djambawa Marawili AM Reflecting on ANKAAA’s Beginnings, By Djon Mundine OAM – Founding member of ANKAAA […]