Art Directories - General
Wide Art Resources
Interactive arts gateway giving access to artists,
museums, galleries, high quality art, art history, arts education, antiques,
dance, theater, classified ads, resume postings, arts chats, discussion
forums and much more.
Art & Culture Centre
The website of the Aboriginal Art & Culture
Centre in Alice Springs.
Shopping, travel, forums, education, bush medicine,
etc. Art gallery boasts "The largest collection of Aboriginal art available
Indigenous Arts Advocacy Association Inc. (NIAAA)
NIAAA is a national Indigenous arts and cultural
service and advocacy association which advocates for the continued and
increased recognition and protection of the rights of Indigenous artists.
NIAAA also provides culturally appropriate advice, information, referrals
and support services to Indigenous artists and organisations.
Magazine - Australian Aboriginal Art
A "Contemporary Traditional" Exhibition.
Galleries - Aboriginal
Desert Art Gallery
Established in 1985.
Fine Arts Gallery
Boasts "paintings by some of Australia's most
prominent Aboriginal artists" and the "LARGEST collection of
ABORIGINAL ART on the NET."
Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery
Includes over 1,500 original artworks representing many of the most respected Aboriginal artists.
Dedicated to the promotion of national and international contemporary artists, the Gallery caters to the taste and trends of the sophisticated New York art market and a discerning worldwide collector base.
Alcaston Gallery is a contemporary Australian
Indigenous art gallery dedicated to the promotion of work by living artists
through an extensive exhibition program and series of open education forums.
Native Aboriginal Art Gallery
Authentic Australian Aboriginal art. Western
Australia's largest gallery.
Aboriginal Art Gallery
Situated in Adelaide, South Australia, Aboriginal
owned and operated, the DACOU Aboriginal Gallery has a wide range of Aboriginal
art from the Utopia region.
Australian Aboriginal Desert Art
and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC) funded organization
initiated and controlled by Aboriginal producer owned art and craft centres
in Central Australia.
Featuring works by Resident Artist Susan Schmidt
- "a passionate explosion of impasto paint, rich glazes, exciting
colour and light patterns rendered in a bold, refreshing and individual
In addition to didgeridoos, the Aboriginal owned and operated Didgeridoo
Hut, just south of Darwin, produces paintings and weavings made by local
artists from traditional materials.