From the Editor in the interests of full disclosure:
The Australian Government funds Art Centres, and indeed, Revealed. The actual amounts are listed in a post from last year, Funding for Indigenous Art.
The cancellation of the hugely successful 2020 Revealed Art Market this month will result in a significant loss of income for regional and remote Aboriginal art centres across Western Australia. This event generates a large amount of revenue for these communities “ in 2019 more than $500,000 in market sales went directly to Art Centres across the state. While it was absolutely necessary to cancel this event to minimise the risk of COVID-19 being transmitted to our state’s most vulnerable communities, this and other measures currently being implemented will have a drastic impact on their capacity to generate income through artwork sales.
If you would like to support WA’s Aboriginal Art Centres at this time, you may consider purchasing artwork directly from their websites listed in the AAD Directory or below.
Cheeditha Art Group
Ku’arlu Mangga (Good Nest)
Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency
Maruku Arts and Crafts
Mowanjum Art and Culture Centre
Nagula Jarndu Women’s Resource Centre
Spinifex Hill Artists
Tjanpi Desert Weavers
Tjkurba Art Gallery
Warakurna & Kayili Artists
Waringarri Aboriginal Arts (incorporating Kiro Kiro)
Warlayirti Artists (Balgo)
Warmun Art Centre
Yinjaa Barni Artists
Wirnda Barna Artists
Wangaba Roebourne Art Group
Many WA Aboriginal art centres operate with minimal resources and staff, so your patience will be appreciated when conducting online sales.
Gallery: Fremantle Arts Centre ,