In April, the Yalanji Arts and Culture Centre held an important exhibition Ngana meaning we ‘all us’ including the person(s) spoken to.
New skills keep culture strong at Moa Arts
Workshops have always been an important part of Moa Arts’ creative program.
In Profile: Heather Koowortha, Wik and Kugu Arts Centre
Heather is a Traditional Owner for both the Cairns region (Grandfather’s Country who has the spotted stingray totem), and the Southern Wik Lands/Coen region, who are Wik-Mungkan speakers.
In Memory of Warthardangathi Bijarrba Ethel Thomas
Ethel Thomas was a much loved member of MI Art Centre, and her passing in March at aged 75 has left a large hole within the tight knit group of artists.
Girringun develops a new digital platform
In response to COVID-19 restrictions, participants from Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre have undertaken training in 3D infrared photography, resulting in the creation of immersive virtual experienc
IACA Members back together again
In April, for the first time in 18 months, IACA Members were able to hold a face-to-face conference.
Erub Arts prepares for Coming of the Light Anniversary
Since January, Erub Arts have been working very hard towards the 150th Anniversary of Coming of the Light.
Together We Tell Our Stories’ Yalanji Art Centre
Yalanji Art Centre has had a reflective 2020. Like many of our fellow art centres we experienced reduced art making, exhibition and sales.
Printing at Pormpuraaw Art and Culture
While Pormpuraaw Art and Culture is well known for its ghost net sculptures and paintings, printing has also been an important mainstay for the Art Centre.
Fiona Elisala Mosby’s recent print editions Kithalau Zageth (Pandanus work) is a way of talking about issues that sit at the heart of cultural life in the Torres Strait and the importance of living