November, 2009

ART Sense launches in Cairns

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 14.11.09

A new Aboriginal art sales service and community development organisation has been founded in Cairns, with a second office set to open in Alice Springs. General Manager Tim Cram said four years of development had gone into the ARTSense business...» Read More

How can I visit a remote Aboriginal Art Centre?

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 14.11.09

Many people write in asking about visiting an Aboriginal Art Centre in remote desert Australia. There is information on the Desart website that can help you with all of the questions related to this type of enquiry. Desart suggests you...» Read More

Important aboriginal art collection for private sale

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 14.11.09

Welcome to this fine aboriginal art collection to be offered by individual lots or offers to be considered for the purchase of the entire collection. Accumulated over 14 years, each painting has detailed provenance documents available for actual perusal by...» Read More

High Profile Aboriginal Artists to Exhibit at Ayers Rock Resort

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 14.11.09

The artists Bessie Nakamarra Sims and her daughters, Wendy Nungarrayai Brown and Alma Nungarrayai Granites will be painting and exhibiting their art among other artists work from Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation of Yuendumu, a not-for-profit organisation of more than 600...» Read More

Aboriginal art-inspired Wicked Campers (thanks to Music Outback Foundation)

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 14.11.09

The Music Outback Foundation uses music and arts based programs to help improve education outcomes on remote Indigenous communities. Their annual event Mobfest Tanami is a three day festival held at Ti Tree School in the Northern Territory, 200km...» Read More

Alice Springs, city of fraud

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 13.11.09

Dishonest employees have allegedly fleeced more than $600,000 from a range of Alice Springs businesses. Police said they had seen a disturbing trend where a large number of workers in the town had been duping their bosses of tens of...» Read More



Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 11.11.09

He may not win the judges' favour, but West Australian Nyoongar artist Shane Pickett just keeps on picking up the Peoples' Choice prizes. He's won the WA Indigenous Art public's choice for the second year in a row. And he's...» Read More

Jung's Secret Book, Aboriginal Paintings, and Mandalas

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 09.11.09

Very interesting article, here is an excerpt: But Is It Art? Here I want to make the case that we should not look at Australian Aboriginal paintings, Jung's visionary drawings (1902-1913), or Tibetan mandalas as art, for to do so...» Read More