Over the past three years CIAF has emerged as the nation's premier art fair. It has given more than 33,500 visitors the chance be immersed in the state's rich diversity of Indigenous art in an ethically sound environment, with commercial art galleries and Indigenous art centre exhibitors selling artwork by Queensland born or based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.


Art Centres

Badhulgaw Kuthinaw Mudh (Badu Art Centre), Badu Island
Erub Erwer Meta, Darnley Island
Gab Titui Cultural Centre, Thursday Island
Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre, Cardwell
Hopevale Arts & Cultural Centre, Hope Vale
Lockhart River Arts, Lockhart River
Mornington Island Art, Mornington Island
Ngalmun Lagau Minaral Arts, Kubin, Mua Island
Pormpuraaw Arts & Cultural Centre Inc, Pormpuraaw
Saltwater Murris Quandamooka Inc, North Stradbroke Island
Waralungku Arts, Borroloola
Wei'num Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Arts & Craft Corporation, Weipa
Wik and Kugu Arts & Craft Centre, Aurukun
Yalanji Arts Bamanga Bubu Ngadimunku, Mossman
Yarrabah Community Art Centre, Yarrabah

Galleries & organisations

Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne
FireWorks Gallery, Brisbane
KickArts Contemporary Arts, Cairns
Sun Dance Gallery, Cairns
Suzanne O'Connell Gallery, Brisbane
The Australian Art Network, Cairns & Sydney
Umbrella Studio Contemporary Arts, Townsville
UMI Arts, Cairns
Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne

Magazines & publishers

Art Almanac
Art Collector
Art Monthly Australia
Eyeline Magazine


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