The National Indigenous Arts & Cultural Authority acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and pays its respect to their Elders past and present.
The words ‘Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander’, ‘First Nations’ and ‘Indigenous’ are used interchangeably on this website to refer to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia, and their arts and cultures. We understand that some Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are not comfortable with some of these words. Only respect is meant when these words are used.
The title ‘National Indigenous Arts and Cultural Authority (NIACA)’ is intended as a working title to identify the scope of such an organisation’s role.
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Jared Coolwell, Nunukul Yuggera Aboriginal Dance Company, at Australian Performing Arts Market 2018.
Eika Mimi; Sermsah Bin Saad; And Jack Sheppard performing in Wild Australia by Jack Sheppard. Credit: Rob Maccoll.
Artback NT presenting Skinnyfish Sound System at APAM Brisbane Powerhouse 2018. Credit: Rob Maccoll.
Artists, speakers and public programs at Australian Performing Arts Market 2018. Credit: Rob Maccoll.
Tania-Rose Gibuma, Malu Kiai Mura Buai Torres Strait Traditional Dance Company
Zaachariaha Fielding performing with his band, Electric Fields. Credit: Rob Maccoll.
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