Shining light on the untold stories of Cook from First Australians
Endeavour Voyage: The Untold Stories of Cook and the First Australians is an exhibition exploring stories from the HMS Endeavour’s voyage up the east coast of Australia.
IACA Artists Welcome CIAF 2019
The IACA Artists Welcome event is a highlight on the yearly calendar for our remote Indigenous artists and art centre staff.
Belonging and Northern Disclosure
After two years, the Belonging and Northern Disclosure arts development workshops have now been completed at all 13 IACA member Art Centres.
IACA COVID-19 Response
As the COVID-19 Virus situation evolves rapidly, concern for the health and safety of our member Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Centres and their communities is paramount.
In Profile: Ethel Thomas
Ethel Thomas (Warthardangathi Bijaarrba) was born in 1946 and is a Kaiadilt Bentinck Island women and a senior artist at Mornington Island Art Centre.
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
Yarrabah exhibition Jabu Birriny to tour regional Queensland
Yarrabah’s exhibition Jabu Birriny, meaning ‘land’ and ‘sea’, celebrates the unique environment of Yarrabah and its importance to culture and people.
Wik and Kugu Art Centre welcomes new manager
Wik and Kugu Art Centre welcomes new manager Sabine Hoeng.
Pormpuraaw artists share an environmental message
Pormpuraaw’s ghost net sculptures continue to enjoy global recognition - their popularity attributed to the important environmental message these works share.
IACA Members Conference wrap-up
The first of the bi-annual IACA Member Conferences for 2019 kicked off in Cairns in April.