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Indigenous Art Centre Alliance IACA

Contact

Name: Pam Bigelow

Position: Manager

Email: manager@iaca.com.au

Address

16 Scott St

Parramatta Park, Cairns

Queensland Region 4870

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Our Mission / Objective

The Indigenous Art Centre Alliance - IACA's Vision is to





Support culturally strong best practice Indigenous art enterprises.











IACA supports the Indigenous Owned and Run art and cultural centres in remote Far North Queensland to better meet the needs of their member artists.











IACA is guided by the following goals:





• Goal 1: To provide high-quality services and resources that support excellence in Far North Queensland art centres.





• Goal 2: To develop IACA’s role as the central coordination and communication point for training to Far North Queensland art centres.





Goal 3: To strengthen IACA’s role as the central communication and networking point for members.





• Goal 4: To successfully advocate for our members according to our Mission and Values





• Goal 5: To build the profile for IACA and its members in inclusive ways and with a solid mandate.





• Goal 6: To steadily improve the sustainability of the Association.











Our Services

IACA runs two professional development industry conferences per year; We provide onsite mentoring and training for staff boards and artists in the 14 remote art centres. IACA also publishes two high-quality Magazines profiling the member's activities, supports members attendance at state and national art Fairs and relevant sales opportunities, and assist with staff recruitment, financial management and all aspects of running an Indigenous Art Centre.



IACA also represents member Artists on the Indigenous Art Code board. The Indigenous Art Code promotes and ethical and honest commercial practice ensuring fair outcomes for Indigenous Artists.

Our Beneficiaries

IACA supports, advocates and promotes the Indigenous Art Centres of north QLD. We train, mentor and promote best practice operations to develop the careers and economic outcomes for 500 + Indigenous artists living in remote Indigenous Communities stretching across Cape York, the Torres Strait the Gulf of Carpentaria and from the Wet Tropics area of FNQ. Our members are the staff, boards and artists from the following Indigenous Art Centres:











• Badhulgaw Kuthinaw Mudh (Badu Art Centre) - Badu Island





• Bana Yirriji Art and Cultural Centre - Wujal Wujal





• Erub Erwer Meta (Darnley Island Arts Centre)





• Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre - Cardwell





• HopeVale Arts & Cultural Centre





• Lockhart River Art Centre





• Mornington Island Arts





• Ngalmun Lagau Minaral Art Centre - Mua Island





• Pormpuraaw Art & Culture Centre





• Western Cape Indigenous Arts Hub (Wei'num) - Weipa, Napranum & Mapoon





• Wik and Kugu Art Centre - Aurukun





• Yalanji Arts - Mossman Gorge





• Yarrabah Arts and cultural Centre





Associate members –





• Gab Titui - TSRA

Projects in Progress

Our People

CEO

Pamela Bigelow ,

Leadership Team




IACA staff as at 30 12 2016


Manager - Pam Bigelow


Project Coordinator vacant


Names of Board Members

2016 -17 IACA Management Committee


Phil Rist (President), Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre - Cardwell


Vikki Burrows (Treasurer) Bana Yirriji Art and Cultural Centre – Wujal Wujal


Solomon Booth, Ngalmun Lagau Minaral Art Centre – Mua Island


Laurie Nona, Badhulgaw Kuthinaw Mudh Art Centre – Badu Island


Diann Lui, Erub Arts – Darnley Island


Abe Muriata, Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre – Cardwell


Grace Barnes, Mornington Island arts

Number of Employees

2

Number of Volunteers

4-5

Registration Information

ABN

43 938 673 125

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

The Indigenous Art Centre Alliance - IACA's Vision is to





Support culturally strong best practice Indigenous art enterprises.











IACA supports the Indigenous Owned and Run art and cultural centres in remote Far North Queensland to better meet the needs of their member artists.











IACA is guided by the following goals:





• Goal 1: To provide high-quality services and resources that support excellence in Far North Queensland art centres.





• Goal 2: To develop IACA’s role as the central coordination and communication point for training to Far North Queensland art centres.





Goal 3: To strengthen IACA’s role as the central communication and networking point for members.





• Goal 4: To successfully advocate for our members according to our Mission and Values





• Goal 5: To build the profile for IACA and its members in inclusive ways and with a solid mandate.





• Goal 6: To steadily improve the sustainability of the Association.











Our Services

IACA runs two professional development industry conferences per year; We provide onsite mentoring and training for staff boards and artists in the 14 remote art centres. IACA also publishes two high-quality Magazines profiling the member's activities, supports members attendance at state and national art Fairs and relevant sales opportunities, and assist with staff recruitment, financial management and all aspects of running an Indigenous Art Centre.



IACA also represents member Artists on the Indigenous Art Code board. The Indigenous Art Code promotes and ethical and honest commercial practice ensuring fair outcomes for Indigenous Artists.

Our Beneficiaries

IACA supports, advocates and promotes the Indigenous Art Centres of north QLD. We train, mentor and promote best practice operations to develop the careers and economic outcomes for 500 + Indigenous artists living in remote Indigenous Communities stretching across Cape York, the Torres Strait the Gulf of Carpentaria and from the Wet Tropics area of FNQ. Our members are the staff, boards and artists from the following Indigenous Art Centres:











• Badhulgaw Kuthinaw Mudh (Badu Art Centre) - Badu Island





• Bana Yirriji Art and Cultural Centre - Wujal Wujal





• Erub Erwer Meta (Darnley Island Arts Centre)





• Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre - Cardwell





• HopeVale Arts & Cultural Centre





• Lockhart River Art Centre





• Mornington Island Arts





• Ngalmun Lagau Minaral Art Centre - Mua Island





• Pormpuraaw Art & Culture Centre





• Western Cape Indigenous Arts Hub (Wei'num) - Weipa, Napranum & Mapoon





• Wik and Kugu Art Centre - Aurukun





• Yalanji Arts - Mossman Gorge





• Yarrabah Arts and cultural Centre





Associate members –





• Gab Titui - TSRA

Projects in Progress

Our People

CEO

Pamela Bigelow ,

Leadership Team




IACA staff as at 30 12 2016


Manager - Pam Bigelow


Project Coordinator vacant


Names of Board Members

2016 -17 IACA Management Committee


Phil Rist (President), Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre - Cardwell


Vikki Burrows (Treasurer) Bana Yirriji Art and Cultural Centre – Wujal Wujal


Solomon Booth, Ngalmun Lagau Minaral Art Centre – Mua Island


Laurie Nona, Badhulgaw Kuthinaw Mudh Art Centre – Badu Island


Diann Lui, Erub Arts – Darnley Island


Abe Muriata, Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre – Cardwell


Grace Barnes, Mornington Island arts

Number of Employees

2

Number of Volunteers

4-5

Registration Information

ABN

43 938 673 125

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

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