Arlpwe Art and Culture Centre is a 100% Aboriginal owned art centre and gallery specialising in painting, craft, and multimedia art. Since 2008, it has been supporting the contemporary cultural expression of the artists from Ali Curung, a remote community located in the Northern Territory, at about 170km south of Tennant Creek and 380km north of Alice Springs. The traditional owners of this land belong to the Katetye language group with Allawara, Warlpiri and Warumungu being the three other language groups that form the community. Arlpwe (pronounced Arlboe) means:
“…this country all over, no waterhole, no rivers, only soakage and spinifex country”.