January 23rd, 2019
It was a busy end of 2018 for Wei’Num. Some highlights included artists Masha Hall, Daphne De Jersey and Margaret Mara conducting painting and weaving workshops and demonstrations at the re-establ
The publication will showcase Yarrabah’s vibrant art, cultural identity and history and will be made available to visitors within YACP and various art fairs around Australia. The publication will
While Brighton Grammar enjoys school camps and other community and environmental initiatives in Pormpuraaw, in return, Pormpuraaw Art Centre runs a number of culture and art activities which encour
“It’s good to make artworks, learn from each other. We learned all about our country and story places from our old people.
In October last year, Moa Arts held the Malu Mabaigal – Seafaring People exhibition at Woolloongabba Art Gallery in Brisbane.
Congratulations are extended to Paula Savage and Fiona Elisala of Ngalmun Lagua Mineral/ Moa Arts for jointly winning the 2018 IACA Lucille Osborne Emerging Artist Memorial Fellowship.
Artists from the Bana Yirriji Art and Cultural Centre have created a new silk collection inspired by workshops with Lynelle Flinders and Shannon Brett.
Mr Thaiday’s ceramic work Ares Lu was selected from a field of 52 works by artists from communities in the Torres Strait and Northern Peninsula area by guest judge, Tina Baum, Curator of Aboriginal
The second biannual IACA conference for 2018 was held in Cairns in late October.
The annual two week program sponsored by Wesfarmers Arts, gives participants access to the inner workings of Australia’s premier art gallery and collection including a series of experiential activi