Presented by Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation
Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) is doing things a little differently this year. Ove nine days a new online platform will connect Indigenous arts centres with art buyers, creating wider community awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art in innovative ways. The new-look ‘virtual’ fair enables arts centres to showcase and sell their artists’ work to an even broader audience than usual.
A vibrant program of cultural performances, artist workshops and demonstrations, Indigenous food experiences, panel discussions and a children’s collaborative art project will be hosted on the DAAF website.
The popular Country to Couture fashion show has had to be postponed but a new event, the National Indigenous Fashion Awards will premiere with an online ceremony on Wednesday 5 August.
Immerse yourself in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, design, fashion and culture from 6 – 14 August.
- Pictured Elcho Island Arts Booth at 2019 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair
- Photo Dylan Bucke
Supported by Northern Territory Government, the Australian Government through the Ministry of the Arts IVAIS Program and Visual Arts & Crafts Strategy and Tim Fairfax Family Foundation
Samara Hersch and Associates
Sex and Death (and the Internet)
Tue 11 - Sun 16 AugBuy Tickets
A one-to-one encounter reflecting on life, death and what happens in between
Settle Down Sisters
Caiti Baker, Serina Pech, Stevie Jean & Phoebe Wear
Sat 8 AugBuy Tickets
An electrifying showcase of sass and songs from the Settle Down Records label
Created by Aunty June Mills
Sat 15 - Sun 16 AugBuy Tickets
Join Larrakia Elder Aunty June Mills for a storytelling adventure for the whole family