Celebrated Indulkana artists Vincent Namatjira and Kaylene Whiskey spent a week in ‘The Big Apple’ exhibiting their work.
In her latest column Koorie woman Jirra Lulla Harvey visits artist, Meriam and Yupungathi man, Chris Bassi.
The emerging artist shares how they found their creative voice and intuitive painting style, as their latest solo show opens in Sydney.
Our new columnist Jirra Lulla Harvey talks to respected Yindjibarndi Elder, artist, Cultural Custodian and linguist, Wendy Hubert about Coun...
Introducing a group show in collaboration with the incredible Martumili Artists from Newman, Western Australia!
Amanda Hayman and Troy Casey are the entrepreneurial couple behind Brisbane's most exciting new art gallery and retail space!
We've spoken to some experts, and pulled together this guide on purchasing Aboriginal artwork ethically, and some ideas of where to find it!...
Bendigo Art Gallery hosts 'Piinpi: Contemporary Indigenous Fashion' - a world-first exhibition curated by Shonae Hobson that celebrates our
We are honoured to present the debut solo exhibition of Pilbara-based artist Maggie Green, from Spinifex Hill Studio.
Aunty Eileen Harris + Aunty Rochelle Patten celebrate a shared sisterhood at Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Melbourne Museum.
A group exhibition and celebration of Australia's first Indigenous owned and operated gallery.
An exciting exhibition of contemporary art from two of Australia's most established Indigenous art communities is now on in Melbourne.
The Sydney-based furniture, design and lifestyle brand joins with Indigenous artists from the Torres Strait to repurpose ocean trash into fe...
A rich overview of contemporary Indigenous ceramic practice, now on show at Jam Factory: Seppeltsfield in South Australia's Barossa Valley.
Introducing recent works by the master colourist and environmental activist, who hails from Aurukun in Far North Queensland.
Profiling the highly sought-after and idiosyncratic painter from northern Western Australia.
Profiling the Madonna-loving artist creating incredible, contemporary manifestations of an enduring weaving practice.
Profiling the melbourne-based pop-up gallerist, working with Indigenous Australian artists across the country and abroad.