Welcome to The Dunghutti-Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery.
The aim of the gallery is to showcase and market works of prominent established and emerging aboriginal artists of the Dunghutti region and Mid North Coast.
The Gallery also provides an opportunity to link Indigenous business development with Indigenous culture. View our unique collection of works by browsing the gallery artists.
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The exhibition will run until May 31 and each of the five artists will do a residency in the Nulla Nulla Gallery where they will paint and create artworks insitu. Visitors and students who visit the exhibition and gallery will be able to see how the artists produce their artworks, with the artists answering questions […]view details
Tanya has been busy creating new sand paintings which are creating a lot of interest. Tanya recently exhibited at Coffs Harbour Regional Art Gallery with one of these sand paintings. Be sure to put this Exhibition on your list of ‘must see’ while it is running at DNAAG from Wednesday 3 August to Sunday 2 October.view details
Mapping the Macleay features personal stories of local indigenous elders which were digitally recorded and shown to 11 schools throughout the Macleay. The school students, with the help of local artists Uncle Richard Campbell, Uncle Milton Budge, Aunty Esther Quinlin and Elwyn Toby then developed their interpretations of the stories into paintings to form a series of murals. The […]view details
International Women’s Day Display With International Women’s Day just around the corner Dunghutti Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery would like to invite everyone in the community to come and browse their display of aboriginal artworks created by female artists locally and up and down the mid north coast. Worldwide, women continue to contribute to social, economic, […]view details
The New South Wales Reconciliation Council’s Schools Reconciliation Challenge – Homegrown Heroes Exhibition
The NSW Schools Reconciliation Challenge is an annual state-wide art competition for young people in years 5-9, Indigenous and non-Indigenous, of all artistic abilities. Each year has a different theme, providing a framework that offers students different perspectives on reconciliation. The competition theme for 2015 was Homegrown Heroes and students were invited to consider what […]view details