Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair
Thank you for supporting our incredible Art Centres!
This year, the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) showcased the incredible art and culture of 69 Art Centres from across Australia. We usually bring artists, Arts Workers, curators, art collectors and buyers together on Larrakia Country, to share a passion for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander contemporary fine art.
But not this year.
In an incredibly short time frame, the DAAF team embraced the challenge of transforming the iconic event and presenting it as a digital platform. The opportunity to host DAAF in an online format ensured that the Art Fair was accessible to local, national and international audiences.
Our digital platform enabled anyone, anywhere, to ethically purchase a diverse range of artwork direct from Indigenous-owned Art Centres from across Australia. We brought the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair to you!
Our rich and exciting Public Program was carefully designed for online delivery, and was held over nine days, from 6-14 August 2020. We will share all the amazing elements of the program on our website for you to watch again, or enjoy for the first time!
Thank you so much for supporting the 2020 DAAF and all the participating Art Centres! DAAF takes no commission on art sold, so together, we have generated more than $2 million for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities!
The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation would like to acknowledge the incredible staff and artists of our 2020 participating Art Centres. Without their dedication, vision, hard work and willingness to share their art and culture, DAAF could not happen. You can continue to support these Art Centres by clicking on the links below.
Meet the 2020 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’s
69 Participating Art Centres
- Anindilyakwa Arts
- APY Art Centre Collective
- Artist of Ampilatwatja
- Babbarra Women Centre
- Baluk Arts
- Barkly Regional Arts
- Bindi Mwerre Anthurre Artists
- Buku Larrŋgay Mulka
- Bulabula Arts
- Djilpin Arts
- Durrmu Arts Aboriginal Corporation
- Ernabella Arts Inc
- Erub Arts
- Gab Titui Cultural Centre
- Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts
- Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre
- Hermannsburg Potters Aboriginal Corporation
- Hopevale Arts and Cultural Centre
- Ikuntji Artists
- Iltja Ntjarra Many Hands Art Centre
- Injalak Arts
- Jilamara Arts and Cratfs Association
- Kaiela Arts
- Karungkarni Art and Culture
- Keringke Arts
- Kira Kiro Artists
- Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency
- Maningrida Arts and Culture
- Mardbalk Arts and Culture
- Maruku Arts
- Merrepen Arts Language and Culture
- Milingimbi Art and Culture
- Mirndiyan Gununa – MIArt – Mornington Island Art
- Moa Arts
- Mowanjum Aboriginal Art and Culture Centre
- Munupi Arts And Crafts Association
- Nagula Jarndu Designs
- Nayri Niara
- Ngukurr Arts
- Ninuku Arts
- Numbulwar Numburindi Arts
- Papunya Tjupi Arts
- Pormpuraaw Art
- Spinifex Hill Studio
- Tangentyere Artists & Yarrenyty Arltere Artists
- Thamarrurr Development Corporation (Thamarrurr Men’s Shed)
- Tiwi Designs Aboriginal Corporation
- Tjanpi Desert Weavers
- Tjarlirli Art & Kaltukatjara Art
- Umi Arts
- Walkatjara Art
- Waringarri Aboriginal Arts
- Warlayirti Artists
- Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation
- Warmun Art Centre
- Warnayaka Art & Cultural Aboriginal Corporation
- Wik and Kugu Arts Centre
- Yamaji Art
- Yarrabah Arts and Cultural Precinct
- Yarliyil Art CentreYinjaa-Barni Art
The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation is deeply grateful for our supporters and partners.