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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.
04.02.16: SCHOLARSHIP | Freedman Foundation International Scholarship for CuratorsThe National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) is pleased to announce a new initiative in partnership with The Freedman Foundation supporting early career Australian curators to develop their practice through overseas travel.
04.02.16: NAVA | The Australian Artists’ GrantThe Australian Artists’ Grant has been initiated by the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) to assist professional visual and media arts, craft and design practitioners to produce, present and promote their work throughout Australia and overseas.
03.02.16: EMPLOYMENT | Senior Resource & Development Officer (Program Manager)The Association of Northern Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists (ANKAAA) is seeking a Senior Resource & Development Officer (Program Manager).
03.02.16: The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund | APPLY NOWThe Cultural Fund supports a wide variety of projects which aim to encourage, and provide practical assistance to Copyright Agency’s members and the Australian cultural community.