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Association of the Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists


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Association of The Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists; Arnhem, Northern and Kimberley Artists Aboriginal Corporation; Art, Australian; Aboriginal Australians; Aboriginal Artists; Periodicals

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Association of the Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists

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volume 5 issue 4, December 2005

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A N K A A A A N K A A A R E G I O N A L R E G I O N A L MEETINGS 2005MEETINGS 2005 Every year ANKAAA holds 4 regional meetings as per the ANKAAA constitution under the Commonwealth act of the Offi ce of the Register of Aboriginal Corporations. I would like to thank this years hosts Waralungku Arts in Borroloola for the Darwin Katherine region , Injalak Arts and Crafts in Gunbalanya for the Arnhem Land region, Munupi Arts and Crafts at Pirlangimpi for the Tiwi Region and Waringarri Arts in Kununurra. These meetings are not possible without the hospitality and support of our host Art Centres, Executive committees and artists. This year our meetings have been held throughout late October and early November with a total of nineteen Art Centres and two Darwin Individual members attending. The NT Regional meetings also had representatives from their regional ICC DCITA offi cers and state Manager and Country Arts WA and the Kimberley Development Commission attending the WA meeting. All four regions also had representatives from the Sydney based Arts Law Centre. Robyn Ayres, Samantha Joseph, Katherine Giles and Blanch Lake, presented the much needed Artist in the Black programme and workshops on Aboriginal Intellectual Property (IP) rights which were extremely popular with the attending artists and arts workers. Story by Stephanie Hawkins Norman Kingsley, Robyn Ayres from Arts Law, Peter Callinan, Thelma Dixon, Miriam Charlie, Nanc Stuart Hoosan from Waralungku Arts Barbara Ambjerg Pedersen from Mimi Arts & Chris Miezis from Ngukurr Arts Norman Kinglsey & Gary Lee

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