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Sorry Business
& Funeral Details

The Aboriginal Art Association of Australia would like to pay our respects to our Indigenous Patron Barbara Weir who passed away recently surrounded by loved ones. We would like to extend our condolences to the family. 

The funeral service for the late Barbara Florrie Weir will be held on Friday the 3rd of February at the Catholic Church at 10am and will be followed by her burial at the Garden Cemetery, Alice Springs.

Working Together To Build A Vibrant, Sustainable And Inclusive Indigenous Visual Arts Industry

The Aboriginal Art Association of Australia (AAAA) serves and represents artists, individuals and organisations that produce, promote, protect or support Indigenous art and the cultures that create and nurture that art.

Aboriginal Cultural Council

Pro-Active Indigenous Council For Indigenous Members

Yinarupa Nangala painting country around

Education & Advocacy

An industry-wide voice for the Australian Indigenous Arts Industry. Working towards building understanding for consumers, the media and Government. 

Meet the delightful Pwerle sisters, Galy

Consumer Advice

Guidance and advice for consumers looking to purchase Indigenous art. Explore our network of ethical Galleries, dealers, art valuers and artists. 

Discover the Benefits of Membership

Artist and Trade Members share their insights into the benefits of being a member of the Aboriginal Art Association of Australia.