Desart Inc is the peak body for Aboriginal Art and Craft Centres in Central Australia with membership encompassing over 8000 artists. We are a collective voice for art centres on matters of shared interest and we deliver programs to members that support the development and maintenance of strong governance, administration and infrastructure. The Executive Administrator […]
We are looking for a team player who is enthusiastic, innovative and ready to take on any challenge to provide financial management and human resources support to the organisation.
Are you passionate about Indigenous education? Are you looking to make a change in 2017? Desart Inc is the peak body for Aboriginal Art Centres in Central Australia; is expanding our Aboriginal Art Worker Program in 2017 and beyond. This is a fantastic opportunity for a skilled education professional to join our team, to work […]
Desert Mob is Australia’s premier event featuring new artworks from Aboriginal owned art centres throughout Central Australia. This event brings together Desart member art centres in a unique exhibition that celebrates the vibrancy of Aboriginal art from this region. It is the only exhibition that offers a snapshot of what is currently happening in contemporary art […]
Request for Quote Are you a graphic designer with many ideas on how Desart can improve our printed publications? We want to hear from you! Desart is seeking to work with designers to update a range of Desarts well known and distributed publications in 2017. Click through for further information here.
The Aboriginal Art Centre Hub of Western Australia, otherwise known as AACHWA, is the peak body for Aboriginal art centres across Western Australia. AACHWA is driven by a strong Aboriginal-majority Board which ensures key decisions and strategic directions are progressed in relevant and culturally appropriate ways.
IACA is the peak body supporting Indigenous art centres across far north Queensland and the Torres Strait. We support culturally strong best practice Indigenous art enterprises.
Ananguku Arts and Culture Aboriginal Corporation is an Aboriginal owned and governed arts support organisation. It was founded by the artists of the APY Lands in the far northwest of South Australia. The organisation is governed by an Indigenous Board elected by artists across the state. Milyika Carroll is the Director of Ku Arts. […]
The Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists (ANKAAA) is the peak advocacy and support agency for Aboriginal artists working individually and through 48 remote Art Centres spread across a vast area of approximately 1 million square kilometres. ANKAAA serves four regions, including Arnhem Land, Darwin/Katherine, the Kimberley and the Tiwi Islands regions. Many […]