Mimi is an Aboriginal owned and operated not-for-profit art centre. More than fifty per cent of sales are returned to the artists, with the remaining proceeds going towards running the art centre and providing customers with an ethical way to purchase Indigenous artwork. Visitors to Mimi can often enjoy the experience of artists painting at the centre.
Representing artists from the entire Katherine region, Mimi collects artwork from an expansive 380,000 sq km. The Katherine region spans from the Tanami Desert in the west up to the Kimberley’s and across to the saltwater.
Mimi Arts carries an excellent selection of books on Australian and Aboriginal history, art and issues and a delightful range of children’s titles, CD’s and DVD’s.
We also have a beautiful range of luggage items (designed by Catherine Manuell) and other local artist designs on items such as scarves, didgeridoos, as well as a vast range of paintings from as far north as Gapuwiyak to Lajamanu in the south.
Mimi Arts encourages out-of-town visitors and locals to visit and enjoy viewing the significant difference in artworks between the Arnhem Land and the Tanami Desert styles.
There is also the naif (naive) art of the mission and school-influenced river style of the Southeast Arnhem communities and the unique style of Bill Harney’s rock art.Visit the MiMi Aboriginal Art & Craft website >>