AUSPOST NRW 2016 May 27 - June 3
Dreamtime Art Exhibition
AusPost Head Office - Melbourne

Networking Drinks with Dreamtime Art Exhibition
Tradeshow with continued Dreamtime Art Exhibition
Gala Dinner - Dreamtime Art a Finalist at the Supplier Diversity Awards with Johnson & Johnson Medical for 'Supplier to Corporate Partnership of the Year'

NAIDOC WEEK 2015 July 5-12
BP Head Office Docklands
BP/GBS Office Melbourne
PwC Melbourne Office Southbank

May 2015

March 2015

January 26 2015
Share the Spirit Festival

May 2014

Supply Nation 2014 CONNECT 
Conference, Tradeshow & Gala

April - June 2014

Dreamtime Art Emerging Artists Exhibiton

Banc Cafe, Ground Floor NAB Building

800 Bourke St Docklands

5 December 2013

We were very humbled and privileged to have been invited as guests of the panel for the Reconciliation Australia Reconciliation Action Plans Learning Circle - 'Staff Engagement'Held at the BP Head office in Melbourne today.

With 30 plus Corporate attendees, it was a huge success! A day of exchanging ideas, learning and connecting in order to achieve successful staff engagement within corporate businesses.

Welcome to Country:
Uncle Perry Wandin
Lisa Kingman 

Matthew Everitt - Dreamtime Art
Fatima Everitt - Dreamtime Art
Glenn Brennan - NAB
James Van Smeerdijk
Mark Glazebrook - BP Australia
Peta Collins - BP Australia

A big thank you to Sarah Pau, Laura Mongta and Simon Gordon from Reconciliation Australia.

12 October 2013

Taste of Taungurung - Euroa
Key Presenters:
Dr. Beth Gott
Matthew Everitt
Mick Harding
Rodney Monk
Corlene Cooper
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10 September 2013
Grand Opening Launch - Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Archie Roach

27 May 2013 - 3 June 2013
Dreamtime Art National Reconciliation Week Exhibition at
TOLL Head office Melbourne
Featured artist:

27 May 2013
Dreamtime Art Exhibition at
TOLL National Reconciliation Week Luncheon
Featured artists:
Lynette Corby Nungurrayi
Mick Harding
Wayne Quilliam
Welcome to Country - Auntie Diane
Reconciliation Australia - Justine Moss, Key Note Speaker
Event Organiser - Melissa from TOLL

25 May 2013


The Korin Gamadgi Institute (KGI) held the Dreamtime Career Expo giving the Indigenous youth a pathway and direction for their future careers. Held at the Punt Oval RFC building, the event showed plenty of promise for the up and coming starlets of the Indigenous community. KGI also offered free tickets to the Dreamtime match at the 'G' to the first 500 attendees to fill in a challenging and interactive questionnaire  about facts about Indigenous culture and its people. 


Dreamtime Art spent the day at Federation Square alongside 3KND host Gary Hansen preparing for The Long Walk with Michael Long.


Michael Long led the way for the hundreds of walkers including Fatima Everitt and Matthew Everitt who joined him for the walk from Federation Square to the MCG to kick off the Dreamtime Match at the 'G' Richmond vs Essendon game.

16 May 2013

A very big thank you and congratulations to Charles Prouse and the team at Supply nation for executing a very successful two great days of Connect 2013.

Supply Nation gives Indigenous suppliers and corporate companies and government agencies a great opportunity to build new relationships, strengthen existing partnerships and increase diversity within the supply chains.

Welcome to Country:
  • Uncle Ian Hunter - Wurundjeri elder
Inspiring speakers included:

Key Note Speaker

  • David Hinson, National Director, Minority Business Development Agency USA (MBDA)

Workshop Speakers

  • Anthony Brown, CEO, Info Globe Inc USA
  • Dr Michelle Evans, Research Fellow, Asia Pacific Social Impact Leadership Centre, Melbourne Business School
  • Michael McLeod, CEO, Message Stick
  • Gordon Cole, Managing Director, G Cole Consulting
  • Debbie Stone, Manager, Indigenous Strategy, Leighton Contractors
  • Denise Coley, Director, Global Supplier Diversity Business Development, Cisco Systems USA
  • Michael Robinson, Program Director, Global Supplier Diversity, IBM USA
  • Sasha Sumac, Head of Business Services Procurement, National Australia Bank
  • Kyle Slabb, Director, Yaru Water
  • Shane Knight, Sourcing Support Manager, Coles
  • Heath Nelson, Manager, Aboriginal Business Centre, Fortescue Metals Group
  • Jacques Seidenberg, General Manager, Procurement, Accor
  • David Williams, CEO, Gilimbaa
  • Cynthia Dorrington, President, Vale & Associates Human Resource Management & Consulting, Canada
Congratulations to the winners of the Supplier Diversity Awards announced last night Connect 2013 Gala Dinner. May you all continue to prosper in your business connections and ventures. You are an inspiration to Dreamtime Art!

We look forward to Connect 2014!

11 May 2013


Dreamtime Art are looking forward to starting the conversation about Indigenous Culture through the beauty of Aboriginal art at the Supply Nation Connect Trade Show.

There will be more Supply Nation suppliers on show than last year looking to engage with Supply Nation members.

The theme this year is 'Turning Contacts into Contracts'.
We hope to do just that!

So come along and see what all the fuss is about. Get your tickets at http://www.supplynation.org.au/connect/connect

18 March 2013

Contemporary Aboriginal Art is here to stay!

With reality shows drowning our TV channels, it is fair to say that these types of shows are a hit within todays society.

Channel 9 aired an episode of their popular renovation show 'The Block' showcasing an Indigenous artwork painted by a young and talented emerging Indigenous artist.

Search our online gallery for artworks by Emerging & Establsihed artists.

The feature of Aboriginal artwork on such a high rating show proves that this art form older than 40,000 years, once made Contemporary by elders past is here to stay for good and for the good of our Indigenous culture as a whole.

View the Dreamtime Art selection of Aboriginal Art that will be suitable for your home. Find a Dreaming that is within your budget and select from our galleries:

Emerging & Established


By Artist

Please Contact Us for further details of the artwork featured on The Block or any enquiries you may have regarding your Aboriginal Art requirements.

2 March 2013

Dreamtime Art attended the Melbourne Didgeridoo and Cultural Festival.

View the full story here.

1 February 2013

Dreamtime Art are excited to welcome all Art Collector magazine and Art Collector Online Resource Guide readers to our website.

Click Here to see amazing deals on amazing art.

We look forward to sharing stories, ideas and conversations with you as well as assisting you with all your Aboriginal art needs.

All Art Collector readers who purchase from Dreamtime Art from now until March 31.2013 will enjoy an extra 10% discount off any artwork purchase.

Sincere thanks to the team at Australian Art Collector for this honour.

Click here to view the Art Collector Online Resource Guide

Dreamtime Art - The meeting place for your Aboriginal art solutions.

Please Note: Australian Art Collector have changed their masthead to Art Collector

30 January 2013

Dreamtime Art are excited to announce our subscription to the Melbourne Art Code of Practice.

In 2006 the City of Melbourne developed an Indigenous art code of practice for galleries and retailers. The Code is a statement of principles dealing with best practices.

The Code encourages the sale of authentic products and promotes fair and respectful relationships between Indigenous artists, galleries and retailers within Melbourne's CBD.

Dreamtime Art is proud to abide by the principles stipulated in the Code.

26 January 2013

Dreamtime Art attends the Share the Spirit Festival.

View the full story here.

19 December 2012

Dreamtime Art are proud to announce that we are now a dealer member and signatory to the Indigenous Art Code. What a great way to end 2012 and begin 2013!

We would like to express our thanks to the team at Indigenous Art Code for this honour.

Click here view the code.

19 October 2012

We would like to thank Sharni and the Kinaway team for their feature article in Vecci "Business Excellence Magazine" about Dreamtime Art. We feel privileged to have been in the spotlight for the Spring 2012 issue.

Dreamtime Art began humbly during the two years we took off for our honeymoon in 2007. We had the privilege to camp around Australia and plenty of time to spend with each other as newlyweds. The break also gave us the time and space to re-evaluate and focus on what we wanted to do for our future.... 
View the full article.

1 October 2012

Dreamtime Art - an AIMSC Certified Indigenous owned business.

We look forward to a long-lasting, healthy and prosperous relationship with AIMSC, its staff and members.

A big thank you to Ray Johnson and the AIMSC board members for making Dreamtime Art a part of AIMSC. We are truly honoured and privileged to be an AIMSC Certified business.

30 August 2012

Currently, Judy Watson Napangardi is in our studio -before she goes up bush. Wow! What a privilege to have Judy Watson Napangardi sharing her Dreaming with us.

She has especially come in to do a commissioned artwork for a returning client. Please contact us today if you would also like to have a commissioned piece by Judy or choose your favourite artist and Dreaming by viewing our galleries. A great way to get the dimensions and Dreaming of your choice.

Judy's works are vibrant, melodious with her use of pastels and sometimes playful. View her works by clicking here.

Watch for our Live Newsfeeds while our studios are open for artists.

21 August 2012

This week we are off to our studio in Central Australia for new stock. We are excited to see the artists that will be there ready to get some new and amazing artworks created.

If you are looking for something special for the right place at home or in the office, Contact Us so we can help accommodate your exact requirements.

View the full story here.

1 July 2012

Michael Nelson Tjakamarra is the custodian of his family's Dreamings and is a Law Man of his land meaning he can create Dreamings and teach them to anyone of his choosing.

This month, we are celebrating the magic of Michael's talent and showcasing the works by one of the most important Aboriginal Artists of the Aboriginal Art movement of our time.

His Dreamings consists of Two Kangaroos, Possum, Lightning, Yam, Snake and Emu just to name a few.

Michael designed the monumental mosaic piece covering 196 metre squares of the forecourt of the National Parliament building in Canberra and created the 8.2 metre ornamental artwork at the foyer of the Sydney Opera House.

Take a look at our full selection by clicking on this link -  Michael Nelson Tjakamarra and choose your favourite Michael Nelson Tjakamarra Aboriginal Art and enjoy the discounted prices.

2 May 2012

The Aboriginal Art world is filled with many different artists from different calibres but amongst the Top 50 Most Collectible and Blue Chip Artists, the Emerging and Established artists often get overlooked. 

This month, our studio was filled with many Emerging and Established artists such as Rosemary Pitjara, Esther Bruno Nangala, Betty Mbitjana, Lynette Corby Nungurrayi, Mavis Jugadai, Monica Jugadai, Mary Dixon Nungurrayi and more. This creates a vast selection of new Aboriginal art in the Dreamtime Art website gallery at a price point which will appeal to first time buyers and aspiring collectors. Keep an eye out for these Emerging and Established Artists as they will be the next tier of Collectible Artists in the Aboriginal Art world. 

6 March 2012

Dreamtime Art brings you a collection of works by DN which are available for sale. 

DN is a free-lance artist who chooses carefully who she works with and we are lucky to have a close working relationship with her. This provides us with a rare opportunity to have works specially commissioned for our clients. All of our works by DN come with a full set of photos while these masterpieces are being created. As you can see by the range that we have Dorothy creates some very unique and individual pieces for Dreamtime Art.

15 February 2012

Kudditji Kngwarreye is a highly collectible artist who has a unique and individual style when it comes to Aboriginal Art. His dreaming "My Country" is one of the most dramatic and visually pleasing styles that you find among any great contemporary artists worldwide. 

Dreamtime Art has a wonderful relationship with Kudditji. He is a free-lance artist who only works with a few studios which includes Dreamtime Art Studios.


Dreamtime Art associations and certifications

City of Melbourne Indigenous Art Code Supply Nation