In Profile: Joelene Roughsey
Joelene Roughsey is a proud Lardil woman and belongs to the Langunanji clan. She was born in Mt Isa in 1982 and grew up on Mornington Island.
Erub Arts innovates through challenging times with huge wave of support
For the Erub Arts team, the COVID-19 lockdown has presented many challenges and a rethink to the way we work.
In Profile: Elliot Koonutta
I was born in Aurukun in 1964 and I am a Wik Mungkan man. My grandparents brought me up. When I was 15 we returned to our ancestral country on the Kendall River for a couple of years.
In Profile: Amanda Gabori
Amanda says, “Mud shells are known as karnjirrdi in our Kayardild language and these are at my Mother’s Country, Mirdidingki on Bentinck Island.
A word from the IACA President
How has the lockdown affected you personally?
IACA launches new online Shop
Because of the cancellation of the physical components of the annual 2020 art fairs due to the Covid-19 pandemic, IACA is making our merch accessible to buy via a new
COVID-19 Industry Plan for Queensland Indigenous Art Centres
The Plan is to be used in conjunction with their local government management plans and with consideration to all regulations, guidelines and directions of government and public health authorities.
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.
Northern Disclosure: inspirational workshops at Moa Art Centre
The tail end of 2019 saw the Northern Disclosure team of Rebecca Dagnall and Curtis Taylor facilitate workshops in photography and video making at Moa Arts.
Members Conference October 2019
IACA held its second Members Conference of 2019 at the Mossman Gorge Centre - idyllically located at the gateway to the southern section of the Daintree Rainforest and the traditional lands of the