Programs and Projects
OUR FUTURE 2021-2022
AACHWA Aboriginal Arts Worker Training Program is a unique opportunity to be involved in a tailored program for community-based arts workers. Selected participants go behind the scenes at major cultural institutions and assist with installation of objects.
WA Aboriginal Arts Showcase
Our Country Moves emerged through consultation sessions undertaken by AACHWA in 2020/2021 with the Western Australian Aboriginal arts sector.
Real or Fake
Consumers willing to pay more for authentic Aboriginal merchandise but don’t know how much is fake, study finds.
OUR FUTURE 2019 – 2020
A behind the scenes look at the experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts workers attending a series of artsworker training workshops and events at WA Museum, AGWA and TAFE.
WA Museum Boola Bardip: Digital Arts Project
AACHWA is working with the state government and WA Museum to develop content for two digital screens on the Museum facade.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Product Development Project
Disrupting the market for fake Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander merchandise and replacing it with a new industry that ensures profits from authentic products.
AACHWA’s Aboriginal Arts Worker Internship Program 2019
Six Aboriginal arts workers from remote WA take part in the first-ever AACHWA Arts Worker Internship Program.
AACHWA’s Art Centre Managers Forum 2019
Representatives from twelve AACHWA member art centres gathered in Broome in October for the AACHWA Art Centre Managers Forum.