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The AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market is the largest Indigenous art market in the Canberra region and it has quickly become a popular online event, showcasing a diverse range of paintings, textiles, sculptures and much more. Importantly, 100 per cent of sales from the art market go back to Indigenous art centres, artists and their communities.

This event has now concluded.


Online event

The AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market has been an annual event since 2014. Going online for the first time in 2020, it has connected people from the Canberra region and beyond with Indigenous artists, art centres and remote communities.

We are working with the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation on this year's art market to ensure delivery of an integrated online experience to support the ethical purchase of authentic Australian Indigenous art.

Follow all the action on our online channels and use the hashtag #IAMaiatsis

Participating art centres and independent artists

Anindilyakwa Arts 
APY Art Centre Collective
Arlpwe Art and Culture Centre
Artists of Ampilatwatja
Bindi Mwerre Anthurre Artists
Buku Larrŋgay Mulka
Bula’Bula Arts
Cape York Art – Made with Meaning 
Durrmu Arts
Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts
Gillawarra Arts
Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre 
Helen Moran 
Ikuntji Artists
Iltja Ntjarra Art Centre
Injalak Arts
Jennifer Kemarre Martiniello/Kemarre Arts
Karungkarni Art
Kayannie Denigan
Kevin Gilbert

Lakun Mara
Leah Brideson
Maruku Arts
Milingimbi Art and Culture
Mirndiyan Gununa – Mornington Island Art
Moa Arts
Munupi Art and Craft Association
Nagula Jarndu
Ngarga Warendj
Numbulwar Numburindi Arts
Papulankutja Artists 
Pormpuraaw Art and Culture Centre
Saretta Art & Design
Sonia Pallett
UMI Arts
Waralungku Arts 
Waringarri Arts and Kira Kiro Artists
Warlukurlangu Artists
Warnayaka Art


Last updated: 29 November 2022