One of the richest Indigenous arts prizes in the country, the WAIAA is a national award founded in 2008 to celebrate the scope, diversity and excellence of art from all corners of Indigenous Australia.

The awards acknowledge the significant and ongoing contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists make to Australian art, culture and society. The fourteen artists who have been invited to participate in the awards exhibition have the opportunity to share in $65,000 in prizes.

Free talks by the artists will be held on Saturday 4 July 10.30am-3.30pm.

Image: John Prince Siddon Untitled (ngurti) 2014 synthetic polymer paint, paint marker, felt tip pen and pencil on carved wood 38 x 18 cm Courtesy Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency © the artist, courtesy Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency

When

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Where

Art Gallery of WA

Perth Cultural Centre (Bounded by Roe Street, Beaufort Street, Francis Street, William Street) Perth WA 6000

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