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.
Artist in Profile: Sally Murray
Sally Murray is a Jirrbal woman of the Davidson Creek area, and she lives in the Jumbun Community at Murray Upper.
Artists benefit from marketing strategies workshop
In February, the Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) in partnership with Flying Arts invited local artists to participate in a two-day workshop hosted at the Gab Titui Cultural Centre on Thursd
Bana Yirriji Art Centre suffers extensive flood damage
In January this year, the Bana Yirriji Art Centre was completely flooded, with water over a metre high coming into the centre.
IACA Belonging and Northern Disclosure Update
Most Art Centres are now in the final stages of art making for this art development project, and we are seeing incredible outcomes.
Berder. Gaba. Urrknga. Wantja.
An exhibition titled Berder. Gaba. Urrknga. Wantja. was a showcase of ceramics by the Remote Communities Ceramic Network held at the Nishi Gallery in Canberra from 13 April to 1 June 2019.
Artist in Profile: Fiona Ommenyo
Born in 1981, Fiona is one of the original Lockhart River Art members. Fiona paints ancestral spirits, and themes her other works on the parrot sisters story from her country.
An update from Wei’num Arts and Crafts
There have been a number of changes at Wei’num Arts over the past months.
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’.
From Mornington Island to Mornington Peninsula
Mornington Island Art Centre has featured in an exhibition titled, From Mornington Island to Mornington Peninsula, at McCulloch and McCullochs’ new gallery space, the Everywhen Gallery on the Morni