Publications

Harvesting Traditional Knowledge Postcards

Havesting Traditional Knowledge, 2013

Harvesting Traditional Knowledge is a two-way learning process that tells us about Indigenous and non-Indigenous approaches to the conservation of cultural materials. Many national museums and galleries have extensive collections of Australian Aboriginal cultural objects. Often, these historical objects are fragile and require conservation treatment to make sure they are kept in good condition. At […]

Arts Worker Extension Program 2014

ANKAAA Arts Worker Extension Program 2014

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. The group includes arts workers from each of ANKAAA’s four regions, Arnhem Land, Darwin/Katherine, the Kimberley and the Tiwi Islands. Now in its fourth year, the Arts Worker Extension Program continues to […]

Purchasing Aboriginal Art | An Ethical Buying Guide

Purchasing Aboriginal Art

Purchasing Aboriginal Art: An Ethical Buying Guide is available in English, French, German and Japanese. The brochure is aimed at informing consumers about the ethical purchase of Indigenous art and will be distributed through art centres, art galleries, tourist centres, back packers, hotels and art organisations.

Arts Worker Extension Program 2013

ANKAAA Arts Worker Extension Program 2011

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. The group includes arts workers from each of ANKAAA’s four regions, Arnhem Land, Darwin/Katherine, the Kimberley and the Tiwi Islands. Now in its third year, the Arts Worker Extension Program continues to […]

Talking up Textiles | Community Fabric & Indigenous Industry

Talking Up Textiles Community Fabric and Indigenous Industry

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.

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Digital Archiving and Keeping Place Support Handbook

Digital Archiving and Keeping Place Support Handbook

This short Digital Archiving and Keeping Place Support Handbook is an Association of Northern Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists (ANKAAA) initiative to address some of the issues that surround conserving, preserving and archiving cultural materials in Indigenous community settings in the 21st century.

Arts Worker Extension Program 2010-11 (Pilot Program)

ANKAAA Arts Worker Extension Program 2010-11

The ANKAAA Arts Worker Extension Program is an intensive professional development program for eight high achieving, long serving Indigenous Arts Workers from the ANKAAA membership. The group includes two Arts Workers from each of ANKAAA’s four regions, Arnhem Land, Darwin/Katherine, the Kimberley and the Tiwi Islands. The Arts Worker Extension Program contributes to ANKAAA’s overarching […]