Aboriginal artists who’s art is killing it on social media

Let's take a look at 18 Aboriginal artists who's art is killing it on social media. By killing it, we mean absolutely breaking the...

Welcome to country and Acknowledgement of country

Welcome to country ceremonies or speeches are often confused with acknowledgments of country speeches. There is a big difference between the two and this article...

Australia’s first ever ‘artist owned’ Aboriginal art gallery opens

This Friday, The APY Art Centre Collective will open Australia's very first 'artist owned' Aboriginal art gallery in Sydney. Get down to the launch of...

Fake Aboriginal art scandal rocks Commonwealth Games

Commonwealth Games organisers have been accused of supporting the fake Aboriginal art trade with their choice of the official games Aboriginal merchandise supplier. With the...

Indigenous man fined by Police for questioning fake Aboriginal art trader

An Indigenous artist/business man from Redcliffe has been fined by police after questioning a fake Aboriginal art trader. Michael Connolly who runs his very own...

How reverse shaming could end the Australia Day debate

Every January 26th, Invasion Day. Survivor's guilt sets in and reverberates through every living generation. Our hearts feel heavy with emotions but perhaps, it...

Adnate’s latest murals promote healthy eyes in Aboriginal communities

Adnate was busy supporting remote N.T Aboriginal communities last month by showcasing his talent in Nyrripi & Willowra. The project was part of the 'clean...

Drone reveals stunning landscapes of remote Aboriginal communities

An Alice Springs based aerial imagery company is producing the most stunning imagery of remote Aboriginal communities in Australia. Uberair runs offers aerial imagery options...

Too Deadly: social media giant releases Aboriginal flag icons

Aboriginal flags and icons have begun to appear across Australia's third largest social media network this week. We are yet to see any official announcement...

NAIDOC 2018 theme: Because of her, we can!

The 2018 NAIDOC theme was announced today and it is a celebration of our Indigenous women past and present. "Because of her, we can", is...

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