ART CENTRES

BROWSE ART CENTRES

Anindilyakwa Arts

Arlpwe Art and Culture Centre

Artists of Ampilatwatja

Bábbarra Women’s Centre

Badu Art Centre – Badhulgaw Kuthinaw Mudh

Baluk Arts

Bana Yirriji Art Centre

Barkly Regional Arts

Bima Wear

Bindi Mwerre Anthurre Artists

Buku Larrngay Mulka

Bula’Bula Arts

DJILPIN ARTS

Durrmu Arts

Ernabella Arts

Erub Arts

Gab Titui Cultural Centre

Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts

Hermannsburg Potters

Hopevale Arts and Culture Centre

Ikuntji Artists

Iltja Ntjarra/Many Hands Art Centre

Injalak Arts

Iwantja Arts

Jilamara Arts and Crafts Association

Kaiela Arts

Kaiela Arts Shepparton

Kaltjiti Arts

Karungkarni Art and Culture Aboriginal Corporation

Keringke Arts Aboriginal Art Centre

Kira Kiro Artists

Ku’arlu Mangga

Larrakia Nation Arts

Lockhart River Arts Centre

Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency

Maningrida Arts & Culture

Marnin Studio

Marrawuddi Arts and Culture

Martumili Artists

Maruku Arts

Merrepen Arts

Mornington Island Art

Milingimbi Art and Culture

Mimi Aboriginal Art and Craft

Mimili Maku Arts

Minyerri Art & Cultural Centre

Minyma Kutjara Arts Project

Moa Arts

Mowanjum Art and Culture Centre

Munupi Arts & Crafts Association

Nagula Jarndu Designs

Ngukurr Art Centre

Ninuku Arts

Numbulwar Numburindi Arts

Nyinkka Nyunyu

Papulankutja Artists

Papunya Tjupi Arts

Papunya Tula Artists

Pormpuraaw Art & Culture Centre Inc.

Spinifex Hill Studio

Tangentyere Artists

Tiwi Designs Aboriginal Corporation

Tjala Arts

Tjanpi Desert Weavers

Tjarlirli Art

Tjukurba Art Centre

Tjungu Palya

UMI Arts

Walkatjara Art

Warakurna & Kayili Artists

Waralungku Arts

Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Warlayirti Artists

Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation

Warmun Art Centre

Wei’ Num Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts and Crafts

Wik and Kugu Arts Centre

Wirnda Barna Art Centre

Yarliyil Art Centre

Yarrabah Art Centre

Yarrenyty Arltere Artists

Yinjaa-Barni Art

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

Art Collector acknowledges and pays respect to the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the traditional custodians of the land on which Art Collector operates.

ART COLLECTOR’S POLICY ON SOURCING INDIGENOUS ART

Art Collector magazine takes a clear editorial position on ethically sourcing Indigenous art. We advise our readers that while Indigenous art can be purchased from many outlets across Australia, the best way to be sure a work has been ethically sourced is to purchase it from one of the many Indigenous-owned, community-based Art Centres across Australia, or from galleries that source their artwork from these Art Centres.

We aim to maintain this Art Centre directory as current and comprehensive as possible. If yours is an Art Centre not included, or included but no longer operating, please let us know by email at feedback@artcollector.net.au.

2021-2023 GUIDE TO INDIGENOUS ART CENTRES

Art Collector’s 2021-2023 Guide to Indigenous Art Centres is a comprehensive and valuable resource for serious collectors of Indigenous art.

The guide is produced every two years and provides a directory of Indigenous Art Centres across Australia, offering insight into the artists and communities that work with them.

Art Collector’s Guide to Indigenous Art Centres received generous support from the Aboriginal Art Centre Hub of Western Australia (AACHWA). Art Collector would like to deeply thank AACHWA for its sponsorship.

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