ANKAAA tells people about Art Centres and artists.
Top left: ANKAAA Director, Ruth Nalmakarra talking about the ANKAAA Arts Worker Extension Program during an interview with James Glenday, ABC Television.
Above: The ANKAAA 25th Anniversary celebration at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory in 2012, was a platform for promoting the cultural diversity of the membership. Over 1,500 people enjoyed dancing by artists from ANKAAA’s four regions; Kimberley, Arnhem Land, Darwin/Katherine and Tiwi Islands.
Left: The ANKAAA Arts Backbone magazine is an opportunity for Art Centres and artists to promote their business. It compliments the ANKAAA Guide to Aboriginal Art and the Purchasing Australian Aboriginal Art Guide (in four languages), all of which are distributed in printed and digital formats, nationally and internationally. Pictured here, ANKAAA Chairman, Djambawa Marawili AM and Deputy Chairman Gabriel Nodea.Return to Services main page >>