Uluru and Kata Tjuta's Influence On Aboriginal Art

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 03.09.09

Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park and the Ayers Rock Resort is the center of Australia and is considered to be the center for much of the Aboriginal Art world. Around this park and nearby Alice Springs are many Aboriginal owned and operated Art Centres where local Aboriginals can either work on their art or bring their work for display and sale.

These Centres are more accessible to the art buyer or interested tourist than traveling to the remote outback villages where many of the artists live. Visitation to some of those villages is not permitted and most require four wheel vehicles and good weather to find.

As a major place for art, it is useful to learn about the area and the significant roll it plays in the history and beliefs that comprise much of Aboriginal Art.

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