Welcome new IACA staff
Many will know Maxine from her previous role at Gab Titui on Thursday Island. Maxine has worked extensively with local government and artists from both Torres Strait and Cape York.
Intensive skills development for Bana Yirriji Art and Cultural Centre
Artists from the Bana Yirriji Art and Cultural Centre have created a new silk collection inspired by workshops with Lynelle Flinders and Shannon Brett.
Erub Arts enjoys extraordinary growth
2018 saw Erub Arts enjoy its greatest economic growth to date, supported by a number of international projects, award wins, exhibitions and cross-cultural collaborations.
Girringun and Erub come together for ceramic exchange workshops
Ceramic artists from both Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre and Erub Arts came together for an artistic exchange recently at Muulga near Cardwell.
Girringun artists showcase extraordinary sculptural Bagu installation
Nine Girringun artists have completed an extraordinary outdoor installation of five sculptural Bagu, as part of a commission from the Cairns Performing Art Centre. Artists Clarence Kinjun, Emily an
Girringun’s Joann Russo participates in NGA Indigenous Arts Leadership Program
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
IACA Conference Wrap-up
The second biannual IACA conference for 2018 was held in Cairns in late October.
Ingenious ceramic work secures the 2018 Gab Titui Award
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
Lucille Osborne Emerging Artist Memorial Fellowship
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.
Moa Arts showcases its innovative, contemporary art
In October last year, Moa Arts held the Malu Mabaigal – Seafaring People exhibition at Woolloongabba Art Gallery in Brisbane.