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Front cover image: Maureen Poulson Napangarti, Kapi Tjukurrpa – Kalipinypa, Acrylic on Linen, 2019. Courtesy Papunya Tjupi Arts

Recent DAAF News

Practising Art – Ceramics, Fine Jewellery and Sculpture

Practising Art – Ceramics, Fine Jewellery and Sculpture

Today we’re tackling ceramics, fine jewellery and sculpture, looking at just some of the incredible Art Centres and artists who are not only masters in these fields, but innovatively push them to new creative heights…

2021 Around Town – and Online!

2021 Around Town – and Online!

August is an amazing time to be in the Top End, with a typical year hosting a number of significant Indigenous events running alongside the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair! While like DAAF, a number of these have shifted online in the face of COVID-19, there is still plenty to celebrate – whether it be digitally or in person…

Practising Art – Textiles and Fashion

Practising Art – Textiles and Fashion

Indigenous textiles hold deep meaning for artists and communities, standing as a medium that pushes the boundaries of contemporary First Nations culture. Today, there are more than 20 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Centres and women’s centres that produce textiles and fashion as a core part of their businesses, to national and international acclaim… Let’s catwalk!