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Widespread and varied in structure, aim and artistic practice, artists’ Art Centres play a vital role in remote communities across Australia. Providing material support and an administrative matrix for exhibition programs, artists build an environment for creative working, maintenance of culture and managerial success.
There are now more than seventy Aboriginal Art Centres located across north and north west Australia. Palya Art Tours has been working with over twenty three Art Centres during the past thirty years. We would like to support more, if only time and logistics allowed. It is good to see other art tours taking place in support of Art Centres – the more the merrier, when etiquette is observed.
Extensive lists of Aboriginal Art Centres in Australia are available via the:
As a signatory to the Indigenous Australian Art Commercial Code of Conduct, Palya Art is committed to ethical and transparent business dealings with Indigenous visual artists. We abide by the standards set out in the code.
Click on the logo to read more about an Indigenous Art Centre