Largest online tool to help you find Aboriginal art, artists, art centres and galleries.
The Australian Art Print Network specializes in high quality contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art prints and sculptures by established, mid-career and emerging artists.
The Aboriginal Art Resource aims to provide the latest news on the Aboriginal art industry, artists, exhibitions, auctions and artworks.
Collecting Aboriginal Art provides a detailed guide to how to buy and sell Aboriginal Art. It helps one to understand terms such as Provenance and Authenticity in terms of artworks. A Step by step guide to the Economics of Aboriginal Art.
The agency provides a specialist copyright and licensing service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to create income from the reproduction of works of art.
Aboriginal Art, Culture & Spirituality, the Aboriginal Studies WWW Virtual Library is the Internet Guide to Aboriginal Studies. The site is edited by Dr T. Matthew Ciolek and is one of the most authoritative sources on Aboriginal art on the internet.
The Australia Councils Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board (ATSIAB) assists Indigenous people to control and enhance their cultural inheritance. It supports traditional arts practices and the generation of new forms of Indigenous artistic excellence.
The Australian Indigenous Art Market Top 100 covers the careers of more than 100 of the most important artists of the Indigenous art movement. With over 5 years of preparation, this resource is intended to play a major role in underpinning the value and collectability of Aboriginal art both locally and Internationally.
This website provides links to its Aboriginal Studies library.
The Australian Indigenous Art Trade Association is a national organization for the Indigenous art industry. It promotes ethical trade and provides a forum where members can discuss issues.
The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) is an independent statutory authority and Australia's leading institution on the cultures and lifestyles of Australian Indigenous peoples.
This website has some excellent resources on indigenous cultural collections and the dreamtime.
Bangarra Dance Theater is a contemporary indigenous dance theater company based in Sydney. Bangarra fuses together a mix of traditional dance techniques with contemporary choreography.
Held from the 12 to 14th of August 2011 in Darwin on Larrakia Lands at the Convention Centre in the newly developed Waterfront Precinct the Fair coincides with the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards, (NATSIAA'S) and the Darwin Festival, a time when the city of Darwin becomes the focal point of the nation for visitors with an interest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island arts.
The Darwin Festival is recognised locally, nationally and internationally as the premier festival for the 'Top End' of Australia and the Asia Pacific Region., and for its quality, diversity and innovation in arts programming and presentation.
The ENIAR aim's to promote awareness on indigenous issues and to provide information for Indigenous Australians about Europe and international organisations. ENIAR is not affiliated to any government or commercial bodies, is non profit-making and run entirely by volunteers.
Learn about the history and culture of Australia's Aborigines. Indigenous Australia.info is completely written by Aboriginal people - it contains photographs and information on Indigenous lives, culture, history and practices. Used as a valuable resource by educational institutions worldwide.
Leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander news publication.
This organization is responsible for NAIDOC week , which celebrates the significant contribution of Aboriginal and TSI to the community.
Located in the heart of Redfern, the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence is a place for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians from across the country to participate in life-changing programs in the pathways of arts and culture, health and wellness, learning and innovation and sport and recreation.
The 2011 National Multicultural Festival was a magnificent success with record numbers attending and participating in the three-day event in Civic. Over 240,000 people attended over the three days.
A biographical database of Australian indigenous visual artists National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Visual Artists Database. This biographical database, compiled by researcher Belinda Scott on behalf of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. The team at artrightnow are currently updating the NATSIVAD database as new information comes to hand. This database currently has biographical details on more than 5900 indigenous artists.
The Roch Art Museum has dedicated itself to the collection of Australian Aboriginal art and holds arguably one of the biggest and finest Aboriginal art collections outside of Australia.
In 2011 the 28th Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award will feature 62 artworks in a wide range of themes, styles and media including painting on bark, canvas and paper, prints, sculpture, fibre art, ceramics, glass, photography and new media.