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BNYM Aboriginal Corporation by on Sun, 27 Apr 2014 14:50:49 +1000:BNYM Aboriginal Corporation is fully owned and operated by indigenous persons in Gippsland region of south-eastern Australia. For ten years, the company has showcased the wealth of the Gippsland indigenous culture to national and international audiences.
Bnym has a range of pots, from small ornamental pots (Bindi Bindi) to larger works like vases and platters. These unique indigenous designs are hand painted in colours ranging from bright and daring, to subdued and tranquil.
All artwork is authentically produced by indigenous artists, handmade in Australia. Bnym produce and sell both functional and display pottery.
TarraWarra Museum of Art by on Thu, 24 Apr 2014 19:50:48 +1000:The TarraWarra Museum of Art Limited was established as a company limited by guarantee in October 2000. It is the first privately funded, significant public visual arts museum to be set up under the Australian Government’s philanthropic measures announced in March 1999. TWMA operates as a not-for-profit institution, with a charter to display Australian art from the second half of the twentieth century to the present day.
Concession free, including children 16 and under, students and pension card holders.
Baluk Arts by on Thu, 29 Aug 2013 12:34:29 +1000:Baluk Arts is a non-profit Victorian Aboriginal arts organisation based in Mornington owned by Aboriginal artists from Frankston, the Mornington Peninsula and wider south-east Melbourne. Baluk artists are from diverse Aboriginal backgrounds from all over Australia and artworks created reflect themes of identity in a contemporary cultural context.
Through Baluk Arts, family groups and members of the stolen generation have reconnected with their culture and express their histories through strong artistic practices to support their cultural and creative well being. Baluk Arts encourages community development, youth leadership, participation and interaction, and Indigenous governance through innovative arts practice.
Baluk is a local Boonwurrung word meaning clan or extended family group.
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Warrina Designs by on Mon, 24 Jun 2013 14:38:04 +1000:Providing fabrics inspired by Aboriginal art, bags, silk scarves and ties, t-shirts and umbrellas, along with artworks and other gift items. Free delivery within Australia.
Aboriginal Art Centre by on Sun, 28 Apr 2013 13:36:52 +1000:The Aboriginal Art Centre has been promoting Indigenous Artists and Aboriginal Paintings as well as other Aboriginal Art since 1994. Based in Alice Springs NT in the Central Desert of Australia, we have been working with Aboriginal Artist both in their Communities in the Australian Outback and in our Studios, Alice Springs NT.