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The Aboriginal Art Centre Hub WA works with Aboriginal art centres across Western Australia to assist them to be seen, heard, respected and represented. We are the only Indigenous visual arts peak body based in Western Australia.

We provide professional support and development for art centre managers and artists. We advocate for the sustainability and viability of the centres.

We help sustain communities, artists, and their stories.

Please take a look around our site to find out more about our member art centres and services. You can also use this site to find useful information and links to important dates and resources.

Thank you for visiting the Aboriginal Art Centre Hub WA and for supporting ethical practice in the Aboriginal art market. To contact us please see our Contact Us page.

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    • 30.06.15: Tjungu Palya Art Centre | Business Manager & Studio Manager

      The Directors, Members and Artists of Tjungu Palya are looking for talented people to come work in the Tjungu Palya Art Centre.  
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    • 30.06.15:  Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts and Culture Centre | Visual Arts Curator

      The Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts and Culture Centre, located in Katherine NT, is recruiting for the position of Visual Arts Curator.  
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    • 29.06.15: ARTIST EOI | Perth Stadium Artwork Opportunity

      A number of different permanent artworks will be featured across the new Perth Stadium and Sports Precinct when it opens in early 2018. Local, national and international artists are invited to register their interest for the first of four opportunities that will be released during 2015.  
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    • 29.06.15: Call for Artists | City of Fremantle 2015 Public Art Program

      The City of Fremantle is seeking new, bold and engaging temporary or ephemeral artworks for its 2015 Public Art Program.  
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