Art Centre Directory

Anindilyakwa Arts & Cultural Centre | Arnhem Land

Anindilyakwa Arts Centre

Anindilyakwa Art was established in 2005 by the Anindilyakwa Land Council to help local artists promote and sell their artwork. Groote Eylandt is a small island in the Gulf of Carpentaria and is an aboriginal reserve. Until the opening of the Art Centre the local artists were very limited in outlets for art sales, usually […]

Buku Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre | Arnhem Land

Buku Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre

The art of the Yirrkala region has been developing an appreciative audience since the township was founded as a mission in 1935. Work from Yirrkala was amongst the earliest commercial Aboriginal art marketed by Methodist Overseas Mission. There is strong evidence to suggest that the art emerging from Yirrkala in the mid 1950s was a […]

Bula’bula Arts | Arnhem Land

Bula'Bula Arts, Arnhem Land

Bula’bula Arts Aboriginal Corporation provides the artists of Ramingining community, in Arnhem Land, and surrounding homelands an outlet to voice the stories of their country through their art. Bula’bula Arts is a not for profit organisation operating for the benefit of the community by: Preserving and fostering Yolngu culture. Providing a supportive and happy atmosphere […]

Coomalie Cultural Centre | Darwin/Katherine

Coomalie Cultural Centre

Coomalie Cultural Centre Batchelor Institute’s Coomalie Cultural Centre conducts artist’s residencies, exhibitions and cultural projects and operates a retail outlet of art and craft. It presents a diverse range of artwork from across the Top End and Central Australia. Coomalie Cultural Centre was officially opened in 1999. Located en route to Litchfield National Park the […]

Djilpin Arts | Katherine

Djilpin Arts, Darwin/Katherine

Djilpin Arts Aboriginal Corporation is a not for profit organisation based in the Beswick (Wugularr) community of the Northern Territory. It was established in 2002 to maintain, develop and promote traditional and contemporary Indigenous visual and performing arts of the Katherine and Arnhem regions. Working in country with kin and culture across generations Djilpin Arts’ […]

Djilpin Arts Katherine Gallery & Cafe | Katherine

Djilpin Arts Gallery Cafe, Katherine

Right in the heart of Katherine you’ll find our well stocked gallery is a cool and comfortable place to have a coffee and cake, or a cool drink, either inside or in our pleasant courtyard. The Gallery stocks the full range of arts and artefacts from the Ghunmarn Culture Centre, and if you are lucky […]

Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts | Arnhem Land

Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts, Arnhem Land

Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts Aboriginal Corporation is a nonprofit organisation in the remote East Arnhem Land community of Gapuwiyak, also known as Lake Evella. With aims to enhance the wellbeing of Yolngu people living in the region, GCAAC strives to promote their art and cultural practices whilst providing opportunities for leadership, meaningful employment and professional […]

Maningrida Arts and Culture | Arnhem Land

Maningrida Arts and Culture, Arnhem Land

Ivan Namirrkki, Kuninjku artist, 2003 Maningrida Arts and Culture (MAC) represents more than 250 Aboriginal artists of the Maningrida region. The Kuninjku homelands are situated in western Arnhem Land, in the far north of Australia. Sandstone escarpments crown dense, tropical eucalypt forests and grasslands, which open up on to the vast seasonal floodplains of the […]

Manyallaluk Art and Craft Centre | Katherine

Manyallaluk Art and Craft Centre

The Manyallaluk Art and Craft Centre is a community-owned organisation that features the work of local Aboriginal artists. Artists paint on canvas and stringy bark, using handmade ochre pigment or acrylic paint in traditional colours. Painted didgeridoos, small sculptural pieces, firesticks and clap sticks are also available. Paintings abound with images of animal life, bush […]

Milingimbi Art and Culture | Arnhem Land

Milingimbi Art, Arnhem Land

Milingimbi is an island community literally just off the coast of Arnhem Land in the far north of Australia, approximately 400 km east of Darwin, Northern Territory. A number of different clan groups exist among the population of around 1,000 that call Milingimbi home, including surrounding outstations (or homelands). There is a long tradition of creative […]

MiMi Aboriginal Art & Craft | Katherine

MiMi Aboriginal Art and Craft

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 […]

Tiwi Designs | Tiwi Islands

Tiwi Designs

Tiwi Designs is located at Nguiu on the south eastern corner of Bathurst Island. Nguiu has a population of approximately 1500. Bathurst Island has a land area of 2,200 square kilometres and is 80 kilometres north of Darwin in the Northern Territory, Australia. Nguiu has an airport with regular daily flights and a barge delivery […]

Warnayaka Art | Darwin/Katherine

Warnayaka Art

Lajamanu has a population of around 900 Warlpiri people – their stories are in their Indigenous Art The older generation here still remember the first time they met white Australians. Their great grandchildren run around Lajamanu. These older members of Lajamanu Community see Warnayaka as an avenue to achieve a number of needs that are […]