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Proudly First Nations-led and managed. We’re passionate about Indigenous art and the people who create it because we’re passionate about our community.

Tjanpi Desert Weavers

Aboriginal Art Co seeks to collaborate with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander independent artists, arts businesses, and Art Centres in Queensland, and across Australia.

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  1. Desert grass, raffia and emu feather basket

    This basket was made by Mary Gibson. Tjanpi Desert Weavers are known for their beautifully woven baskets and animal sculptures made from locally harvest desert grasses (minarri, wangurnu and yirlintji). Th...

  2. An-gujechiya (Fish Trap)

    An-gujechiya (Fish Trap) hand made by Maureen Ali. This is a special natural fibre fish trap, as it is made with sand palm (Livistonia Humilis), rather than pandanus or jungle vine which Maningrida artists...

  3. Ku’ (Dog)

    The Wik & Kugu Art Centre and its artists have developed a following for its signature sculptural the Ku’ (dog). The Story Place of the Ku’ associated with the Apalech ceremonial group is located i...

  4. Ku’ (Dog)

    The Wik & Kugu Art Centre and its artists have developed a following for its signature sculptural the Ku’ (dog). The Story Place of the Ku’ associated with the Apalech ceremonial group is located i...

  5. Minchum Ku’

    The Wik & Kugu Art Centre and its artists have developed a following for its signature sculptural the Ku’ (dog). The Story Place of the Ku’ associated with the Apalech ceremonial group is located i...

  6. Gary Namponan

    Garry Namponan is a member of Wik & Kuku Arts Centre. Garry Namponan was born at the Presbyterian mission at Aurukun in 1960, on the western coast of Cape York Peninsula. He is the eldest of eight chil...

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