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 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Amrap is a community radio initiative to get national airplay of Australian music. It offers services for signed and unsigned Australian artists, record labels and all community radio stations. It also offers Airit, an initiative for unsigned Indigenous musicians.
CAAMA was founded in 1980 to expose Aboriginal music and culture to the rest of Australia from its Alice Springs media centre. CAAMA plays a major role in the maintenance of Indigenous languages and culture by the use of radio and television.
CCLC-NSW is an Australian organisation for growing and developing businesses. The organisation works hand in hand with local administration to help Australian businesses prosper.
IP Australia’s new resource, the Dream Shield project, features intellectual property (IP) success stories and tips for Indigenous inventors, designers and business owners. The Dream Shield project shows real examples of how to protect and grow your IP.
Indigenous Art Code Limited is a public company established by the Australian Government to administer the Indigenous Art Commercial Code of Conduct (IACCC).