Visiting an Art Centre

Contact the art centre directly to arrange your visit, as visitors may be restricted at certain times for cultural reasons. Under the Pitjantjatjara Land Rights Act of 1981, a permit is required to travel or work on the APY Lands. Please apply for your permit by contacting APY on +61 (0)8 8954 8111 or downloading a permit application.

Visiting an Art Centre

Working on the APY Lands and dealing with artists on the APY Lands.

Working on the APY Lands may be the most challenging and rewarding time of your professional career. Please be aware of the Australian Government protocols in place for dealing with artists and buying art (see Buying Indigneous Art and the Indigenous Art Code).

All employees of Ananguku Arts and the seven art centres on the APY Lands must hold a current visitor’s permit and have a current national police check. Any purchase of art by employees of this organisation must be declared to the Board of Ananguku Arts or the art centre.

Dealing in art by employees, may result in the revocation of your permit, as stated on the permit.
Attempting to deal with the artist directly is in contravention of the IAACCC and of the artists’ stated regional position.

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As a member of the Indigenous Art Code we are committed to the principles of ethical trade in Indigenous art.