Aboriginal Art Centre Hub WA
AACHWA (Aboriginal Art Centre Hub WA) is a new peak body for Aboriginal art centres in WA. AACHWA's role is to support the development and growth of art centres, provide professional development opportunities and coordinate services and resources. The Hub's services respond to the challenges facing art centres as they build the artistic and economic potential of their respective communities.
AACHWA's members are:
- Mungart Boodja Art Centre: Katanning
- Yamaji Art: Geraldton
- Wirnda Barna Artists: Mt Magnet
- Birriliburu Artists / Tjukurba Gallery: Wiluna
- Martumili Artists: Newman
- Roebourne Art Group: Roebourne
AACHWA is auspiced by Country Arts WA and supported by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Office for the Artsthrough National Arts and Crafts Industry Support program.
|Above images L-R: Martumili Artists at Kunawarritji, Canning Stock Route Well 33 with painting Kunkun 300 x 125 on canvas by Kumpaya Girgiba, Bugai Whyoulter, Nora Wompi and Nora Nungapa. Photo: Morika Biljabu. Photo courtesy courtesy of Martumili Artists. Artwork from Aboriginal artists of the Yamaji Region at Yamaji Art in Geraldton WA. Photo: Zutavia Photography. Photo courtesy of Yamaji Arts.|