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Mimili Maku Arts

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Indigenous Owned

Mimili Maku Arts

Mimili Maku Arts is a vibrant contemporary art studio and cultural centre owned and governed by a strong board of Anangu directors. The art centre is located in Mimili Community on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in the far northwest of South Australia.

Mimili Maku Arts is a place for intergenerational exchange and learning, where Anangu knowledge is maintained and lived daily. The centre is a thriving cultural space, celebrating Anangu knowledge, and connecting cultural leaders with the broader contemporary art discourse.

Mimili Maku Arts’ mission is to support future generations of Anangu to continue living on country whilst being able to access an independent and culturally affirming income through artmaking. The centre is a space for artistic excellence as well as a platform to tackle the many social challenges experienced by Anangu living on the APY Lands: Whilst our core business is the creation of artwork, the income created through art sales enables us to continually respond to the needs of community and follow the overarching vision of our Elders to educate the next generation of Anangu growing up on country and support continued cultural practices and knowledge of the land.

Contact details
  • http://www.mimilimaku.com/
  • 252 Mimili Community, Mimili Community, Via Alice Springs, NT 0872
  • info@mimilimaku.com
  • 0419203324
  • 92 422 178 923
  • Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu and Fri - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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