Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair
The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) is held every year in Darwin, on Larrakia Country, bringing together artists and arts lovers in a shared passion for Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander contemporary fine art.
But not this year.
Like so many other cultural events around the world, we’re going digital in 2020, to harness this opportunity to host DAAF in an online format and bring our Art Fair to local and international audiences.
Our new digital platform will enable anyone, anywhere to ethically purchase a diverse range of artwork direct from Indigenous-owned Art Centres from across Australia.
So this year, let us bring the Art Fair to you!
With a rich and exciting Public Program carefully designed for online delivery, the digital Art Fair will be held over 10 days, from 6-14 August 2020.
We look forward to welcoming you to our online fair!
Internationally recognised, DAAF has built a strong reputation on the back of the unique experience we offer:
Largest. Australia’s largest Indigenous Art Fair bringing together artists from Art Centres all over Australia, with more artworks available at DAAF than anywhere else.
Exclusive. Our diverse range of artwork available for purchase is unique to DAAF alone.
Ethical. Buy direct from Indigenous owned Art Centres, with all sales solely benefiting artists and their communities. DAAF takes no commission on art sales.
Artwork will be available to purchase from more than
50 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
- Durrmu Arts Aboriginal Corporation
- Ernabella Arts Inc
- Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts
- Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre
- Hopevale Arts and Cultural Centre
- Ikuntji Artists
- Iltja Ntjarra Many Hands Art Centre
- Injalak Arts
- Jilamara Arts and Cratfs Association
- 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
- Munupi Arts And Crafts Association
- Nagula Jarndu Designs
- 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
- Walkatjara Art
- Waralungku Arts
- Waringarri Aboriginal Arts
- Warlayirti Artists
- Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation
- Warmun Art Centre
- Warnayaka Art & Cultural Aboriginal Corporation
- Wik and Kugu Arts Centre
- Yamaji Art
- Yarliyil Art Centre
- Yinjaa-Barni Art