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Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery

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The Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery is conveniently located right in the heart of Darwin at the corner of Mitchell and Knuckey Streets. Since 1997, the gallery has been proudly seeking out and supporting established indigenous artists as well as providing a foot in the door for Aboriginal artists new to the scene.

The gallery has a strong commitment to showcasing the very best of local indigenous talent and boasts a broad range of work from artists in the central and western desert areas as well as Arnhemland. While strolling through the gallery, you will have the chance to see works by some of the country’s best known and most prolific indigenous artists.

One of the personal touches that you get when you buy through this gallery is an authenticity certificate as well as documentation that provides you with the artist’s biography as well as the story behind the artwork. Didgeridoos are a popular souvenir when you visit the Northern Territory and this is the perfect place to select the right one for you with handcrafted and authentic didgeridoos sold at the gallery.

So whether you are in serious shopping mode and in the market for some indigenous art, or you just want to have a wander through some of the artworks on display, you should visit the Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery and wait to be impressed. The gallery is open every day from 9am to 5:00pm and since it is located in one of Darwin’s most central locations, you really shouldn’t miss the chance to pop in for a visit.

 
 

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