Tangentyere Artists is an Alice Springs based Aboriginal owned art centre providing arts training and workshops as well as marketing and sales support for around 400 artists. The unique quality of Tangentyere Artists is that it represents the breadth and depth of Central Australian cultural diversity.
Desert Mob Market Place is a vibrant art market held on the Saturday of Desert Mob Weekend. Affordable art from over 30 Central Australian Aboriginal Art Centres in a flurry of activity over four hours. Starting at 10am, you have to be in quick to make sure you don’t miss out
Desert Mob, an initiative of the Araluen Arts Centre in 1991 and now an important partnership with Desart, celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2015. This is a significant milestone for one of the country’s most exciting and unique Aboriginal art events. To celebrate, the Araluen Arts Centre is mounting a survey exhibition drawn from its […]
The Hidden Valley Community is located at Yarrenyty Arltere (Larapinta) town camp in Alice Springs. The centre operates as a multi-purpose family resource centre for all members of the community. It includes programs and activities which addresses needs that are identified by the community, which includes art, health, nutrition, and sport and youth recreation. Larapinta […]
Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation is a community-based organisation, working with Aboriginal families in remote Central Australia and APY Lands in South Australia.
Tjanpi Desert Weavers is an Indigenous social enterprise of the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Women’s Council. NPYWC members created Tjanpi (meaning, ‘locally harvested grasses’) to enable women on the lands to earn a regular income from selling their fibre art. More than 400 Aboriginal women artists from 26 remote communities in the western and central deserts […]
Titjikala is a small community of approximately 250 residents, located on the edge of the Simpson Desert, 107km south of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. The Eagle Dreaming is significant to the Titjikala region and people. The community is also known as Maryvale and Tapatjatjaka.
Papunya Tula Artists is entirely owned and directed by traditional Aboriginal people from the Western Desert. The aim of the company is to promote individual artists, to provide economic development for the communities to which they belong, and assist in the maintenance of a rich cultural heritage.
Iltja Ntjarra / Many Hands Art Centre is proudly Aboriginal owned and directed. It is the home of the Namatjira watercolour artists.
In the heart land of Central Australia, lays Bindi, a cross cultural organization providing opportunities for all people with disabilities for over 32 years. Mwerre Anthurre Artists encourage the promotion of culturally relevant work options and art skill development, nurturing artists who demonstrate an interest and passion to develop a career in fine art.