22 February, 2006

ANKAAA & AboriginalArt.org

The Association of Northern Central Australian Aboriginal Artists ("ANCAAA") was originally established in March 1987, by 16 Aboriginal owned and controlled community art and craft centres from NT, WA and SA. Its main function was to foster the Aboriginal arts industry for the benefit of its artists and organisations. In 1992 the Central region incorporated to become Desart.

At this time ANCAAA changed its name to ANKAAA by substituting Kimberley for Central. Today, ANKAAA represents over 2,500 Artists from 34 art and craft centres located in the Tiwi Islands and the Darwin/Katherine, Kimberley, and Arnhem Land regions.



Exhibitions and special events.

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