IACA is the peak body supporting Indigenous Art Centres across far north Queensland and the Torres Strait
Abe Muriata with Jawun commissioned by British Museum. Image: Valerie Keenan
Our Vision, Mission & Values
Supporting culturally strong best practice Indigenous art enterprises
Artist Denise Fruit painting at Lockhart River Art Centre, Belonging Workshop, Nov 2018. Image: IACA
Art Centre Happenings, Exhibitions, Workshops & Conferences
Artist Wanda Gibson painting in the Hopevale Arts & Culture Centre studio, Belonging Workshop, Oct 2018. Image: IACA
Newsletters, Annual Reports, Strategic Plan & Exhibition Catalogues
Erub artists with ghost net turtle. Image courtesy of Erub Arts
Creating sustainable and culturally appropriate employment and economic activities
Bana Yirriji artists model their jewellery collection, 2018. Image: Bana Yirriji Art & Cultural Centre
IACA is the peak body that
provides high quality services and resources that supports excellence within Indigenous Art Centres of
Far North Queensland.
Our mission is to effect sustainable growth through advocacy and long-term quality support for development, marketing and promotion.Read more
IACA member Art Centres are spread across the islands of the Torres Strait, the Gulf of Carpentaria, Cape York and the tropical rainforest and coastal regions.
Programs & Services
Our programs and services supporting a vibrant network of Indigenous Art Centres - recognised as leaders within local, national and international arts and cultural sectors.
All Donations go toward directly improving the lives, livelihoods and supporting cultural practice and maintenance for over 500 remote Indigenous artists and their families. IACA and our membership greatly appreciate your generosity.
A new age of appreciation for First Nations visual arts. Indigenous artists from Far North Queensland to feature in Belonging, a major national exhibition.
The remote reaches of Far North Queensland (FNQ) are home to many vibrant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Centres that are recognised as leaders within the national and international arts
Erub artists take part in the Remote Communities Ceramic Network Residency
The Australian National University (ANU) hosted eight artists from remote Indigenous communities across Australia as part of the ‘Remote Communities Ceramic Network Residency’.
Cyclone Trevor causes havoc at Lockhart River Art Centre
Cyclone Trevor crossed the Cape York Peninsula coast and hit the community of Lockhart River at great speed and force on Tuesday 19 March 2019.