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...

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...

Adnate’s Aboriginal mural journey

Matt Adnate's journey as a well known street artist started to take off on the streets of Melbourne in 2011 and it didn't take...

World first ‘camping with custodians’ venture expands across Western Australia

Tourism WA's successful 'camping with custodians' venture is expanding across the state's Kimberley region and beyond. The program is designed to encourage interaction between tourists...

This City Council is sowing the seeds of reconciliation

Social media users were delighted last month when pictures of Aboriginal flag flower beds went viral. We think it's the little things that count, with...

Namatjira artworks & royalties back in family hands

A battle that lasted over half a century came to a sudden end this week when Legend Press reached an agreement with the Namatjira...

Lendlease launches Indigenous art displays across Australian shopping malls

In an amazing first, Lendlease have teamed up with NAIDOC Indigenous artist of the year, Elverina Johnson to create stunning digital displays across their...

Welcome to Country website launch

This August, the Welcome to Country website is going live across the planet. The aim of Welcome to Country is to become a reliable, independent...

Kmart to install over 200 Acknowledgment of Traditional Owner plaques across...

Earlier this year, Kmart reached out to the small Aboriginal owned company, Aboriginal Steel Art to commission the installation of Acknowledgement of Traditional Owner...

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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