Durrmu Arts Aboriginal Corporation is renowned for its fine, contemporary art production, including acrylic painting and fibre work. The women of Peppimenarti are traditionally weavers.
The ANKAAA Arts Worker Extension Program (AWEP) is an intensive nine month professional development program for nine high achieving, 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. Since 2010, 34 arts workers from ANKAAA Art Centres […]
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 […]
ANKAAA’s Digital Archiving and Keeping Place Support Program was developed in 2011 as a result of consultations with Aboriginal artists and Art Centre staff from a range of ANKAAA supported Art Centres. There was strong agreement that archiving, whether it be of digital material or of cultural objects and artworks, is a necessary and much […]
World Indigenous Network Conference 2013. Djambawa Marawili AM, ANKAAA Chairman, and Annette Kogolo, ANKAAA Deputy Chairperson, presented in the ANKAAA Arts Network Hub Conference Session.
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.
Our Art, Our Art Industry: Australian Indigenous artists talk art business. This project was funded by the Sidney Myer Fund. The Our Art, Our Art Industry project is a joint project of the National Association for the Visual Arts Ltd (NAVA), the Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists Inc (ANKAAA) and Desart.