The Aboriginal Art Association of Australia (AAAA) serves and represents individuals and organisations who produce, promote, protect or support Indigenous art and the culture that allows it to flourish.
The Aboriginal Art Centre Hub WA works with Aboriginal art centres across Western Australia to assist them to be seen and heard, respected and represented. It provides professional support and development for art centre managers and artists, and advocate for the sustainability and viability of the centres.
The Aboriginal Artists Agency is a non-for profit organisation that operates a service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to create income from the reproduction of works of art. It arranges copyright clearance and licences for individuals wishing to use images of Indigenous artworks.
A list of artists under licence may be obtained by emailing: [email protected]
Ku Arts is an Aboriginal owned peak body for artists of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands in the far northwest of South Australia.
Arts Access Australia (AAA) is Australia's national peak body for arts and disability. We work to increase national and international opportunities and access for people with disability as artists, arts workers, participants and audiences. Established in 1992, AAA is disability-led. Our CEO and at least 50% of our board members identify as a person with disability.
AAA provides three main services:
* Information and Advice
* Research and Advocacy
* Leadership and Development.
AAA adopts an inclusive approach and works across all disability types, all age groups, all art forms and across all states and territories of Australia.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia, a not-for-profit organisation, is the national community legal centre for the arts. It provides legal advice and information on a wide range of arts related legal and business matters including contracts, copyright, business structures, defamation, insurance, employment and taxation to artists and arts organisations across all art forms.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia has a specialised Indigenous service, Artists in the Black. Artists in the Black aims to increase access to advice and information about the legal rights of Indigenous artists and organisations in a culturally appropriate way thanks to the help of Indigenous staff.
Art Source is the peak membership body for visual artists in Western Australia.
ANKAAA is the peak advocacy and support agency for aboriginal artists and art centres located in the regions of Arnhem Land, Darwin/Katherine, the Kimberley and Tiwi Islands.