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Built and funded by the ACT Government, Canberra Glassworks is Australia's only cultural centre that is wholly dedicated to contemporary glass art.
Energising community with contemporary visual art.
Artlink is a themed magazine covering contemporary art and ideas from Australia and the Asia-Pacific.
Arts Access provides access to arts and cultural activity for peoplewho are disadvantaged, including people with a disability.
Association of Northern, Kimberley & Arnhem Aboriginal Artists
Studio A makes great art and specifically provides professional development to artists with intellectual disability.
Craft ACT promotes and presents local and national artists and their work to the people of Canberra.
A group where all types of visual Artists from Melbourne can share stories, ideas, tips or ask for advice or opinions and organise group exhibitions.
The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) is the peak body representing the professional Australian visual arts, craft and design sector.
Mundaring Arts Centre is a non-profit incorporated community arts organisation situated in the Perth Hills.
JCG is one of WA’s foremost public art galleries and curates the Curtin University Art Collection, located at Curtin's Bentley campus.
The Australian Tapestry Workshop is a world centre for contemporary tapestry. See our website for upcoming Artist-in-residence opportunities.
The PGAV represents a dynamic network of public galleries, art museums and contemporary art spaces across Victoria.
Adderton: house & heart of mercy
Desart is the Association of Central Australian Aboriginal Art Centres. Desart member Art Centres are owned and managed by Aboriginal people.
Exhibiting 55 sculptures, the 14th annual Swell Sculpture Festival will take place at Currumbin Beach, Queensland 9 - 18 September 2016
Arts Project Australia supports people with an intellectual disability to engage in educational, vocational and recreational aspects of visual art...
Aboriginal art centres and artists of South Australia
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