IartC acknowledges the Traditional Owners and custodians of Country throughout Australia. We recognise their continuing connection to the land, waters and skies, often expressed through art.

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8 Hele Gallery

Mparntwe | Alice Springs NT

Satellite of Chapman & Bailey
Chapman & Bailey is a Dealer Member of Indigenous Art Code Ltd and a signatory to the Indigenous Art Code of Conduct (the Code).


Yarrenyty Arltere Artists

Mparntwe | Alice Springs NT

Satellite of Tangentyere Artists
Tangentyere Artists operates as a not-for-profit art hub across Town Camps (18 Alice Springs Aboriginal housing associations). With a culturally appropriate studio, gallery space, and outreach program, they offer artists an open environment to create, and share artistic skills and to participate in ethical, sustainable, contemporary Aboriginal art activities. Tangentyere Artists is committed to innovative, sustainable, ethical fine arts outcomes for the community. We exhibit a dynamic range of unique artworks. Tangentyere Artists are renowned for figurative paintings, diversity of mark making, rich colour palettes, embracing traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art making, and artist ownership of their enterprise.


Shawana Andrews

Wurundjeri | VIC

Shawana is a Trawlwoolway artist living in Narrm. As a descendant of Woretemoeteyenner, Shawana does black ink design that explores the connection between women’s lived experience and Country.


Delphine Schwarze

Noongar Boodja | Dardanup WA

I’m a Yamatji woman painting contemporary Aboriginal Artwork


LOREN Del Signore


I’m a 25 year old Bundjalung, Yaegl and Italian woman from Ballina creating contemporary Aboriginal Art with vibrant colour pallets that capture the essence of country from a unique perspective.


Keiana Bateman

Gumbaynggirr country | Macksville NSW

Keiana Bateman a proud strong Walbanja - Yuin woman from the Far South Coast. Born and raised on Gumbaynggirr Country in Nyambaga (Nambucca Heads) where I have resided since birth. Being a saltwater woman I am connected through the waterways, the ocean and rivers which inspires my me to create my stories which reflect in my paintings. I am a contemporary Aboriginal artist where my paintings reflect my connection to our land and waters which incorporate our stories and culture. My unique style is brought to life by using bright, uplifting colours onto the canvases which ingrates our two worlds of traditional with a modern contemporary twist that is visually captivating which you are left to explore all the intricate details and symbols that all have a significant meaning and purpose. I am deeply passionate about my art and want to share my culture and history with the world through my art and bring a stronger appreciation and compassionate understanding of my people.

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