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DAAFF Yarns… with Gwen Gaff, Ku Arts

DAAFF Yarns… with Gwen Gaff, Ku Arts

Banner Image | Carlene Thompson painting Kalaya Ngura (Emu Country) in Ernabella DAAFF Yarns… With Gwen Gaff, Ku Arts Over the past few months, we’ve been giving you a peek inside the country’s major Art Centre Peak Bodies.  These organisations are vital within the...
DAAFF Yarns… with Pam Bigelow

DAAFF Yarns… with Pam Bigelow

DAAFF Yarns… with Pam Bigelow, Manager of the Indigenous Art Centre Alliance (IACA) Recently we’ve been giving you a peek inside the country’s major Art Centre Peak Bodies. Peak Bodies support everything from advocacy to business and professional development. They...
DAAFF Yarns… with Stephanie Parkin

DAAFF Yarns… with Stephanie Parkin

The best way to stay connected and strengthen community? Take the time to listen to each other! Having a yarn and seeking to understand the roles and motivations of others helps build a sturdier more coherent group, no matter the industry. Our DAAFF Yarns series has...