Ku Arts (Ananguku Arts and Cultural Aboriginal Corporation)

Level 2 Tandanya / 253 Grenfell Street
SA 5000 Australia

Ku Arts is the South Australian support organisation for Aboriginal art centres and artists. We have a twenty-year history of providing advocacy, support services, creative skills and professional development opportunities for artists and arts workers across all stages of their careers in support of a strong and vibrant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visual arts sector.

Allens Linklaters

101 Collins St
VIC 3000 Australia

Department of Culture and the Arts

Gordon Stephenson House 140 William Street
WA 6000 Australia

The Department of Culture and the Arts undertakes a vast range of initiatives and partnerships to develop arts and culture in WA.
DCA recognises and values the talents of Aboriginal artists and acknowledges the depth and diversity of Aboriginal cultures. By working together, we make an important contribution to maintaining and further developing Aboriginal contemporary culture.

Arts Queensland

Level 16/ 111 George Street
QLD 4000 Australia

We recognise the public value of Queensland’s dynamic arts and cultural sector and its delivery on the Queensland Government’s community objectives. Specifically, its contribution to the creation of jobs and a diverse economy, and building safe, caring and connected communities.

Arts Queensland is committed to ensuring integrity, accountability and consultation in delivering on our responsibilities and approach, and communicating outcomes.

Backing Indigenous Arts
Arts Queensland is a proud supporter of Indigenous artistic and cultural expression through the Queensland Government’s Backing Indigenous Arts (BIA) Initiative – a $12.6 million investment over four years (2015/16 – 2018/19) to build sustainable and ethical Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts industries.

Launched in 2007, Backing Indigenous Arts is a groundbreaking approach that supports artists from creation to market through an investment cycle that begins with art centres and individual grants and concludes with support for Cairns Indigenous Art Fair.

Indigenous Art Centre network: 14 Indigenous art centres across Far North Queensland and representative body the Indigenous Art Centre Alliance (IACA)
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF): Australia’s premier Indigenous Art Fair, the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) is dedicated to supporting the careers of Queensland Indigenous artists by providing a platform for market exposure and income generation
Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival: Biennial gathering in Cape York Peninsula, highlighting the many diverse Communities, language, song, dance and stories and showcasing the strength, pride and uniqueness of Aboriginal people
Winds of Zenadth Cultural Festival: Biennial four-day festival to celebrate and preserve Torres Strait Islander language, art, song and dance
Indigenous Regional Arts Development Fund (IRADF) program: a partnership between Arts Queensland and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities represented by 16 participating councils and organisations.
Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts: a registered training organisation dedicated to the development of Indigenous performing artists developing the skills, expertise and practical experience necessary to succeed in the Australian performing arts industry.
Capacity building: working with the sector to develop skills and knowledge through workshops, mentoring, connector events and online tools.