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  1. Corrs Chambers Westgarth Lawyers

    Corrs Chambers Westgarth Lawyers

    Dreamtime Art are proud to collaborate with Corrs during NAIDOC Week 2016! Congratulations on a successful NAIDOC Week!

  2. Art in Private Homes

    Art in Private Homes

    Thank you to our clients in California, USA for sharing this photo of their newly hung Aboriginal Art by Dreamtime Art collection of 'Bush Tucker' artworks by Cindy Wallace Nungurrayi.

    A lovely way to hang artworks by using a gallery hanging system to suspend the artworks and have the ability to change the placement and height of each artwork with ease.

    Thank you Mr and Mrs D & L Walsh.

  3. AusPost NRW 2016 Workplace Art Exhibition

    AusPost NRW 2016 Workplace Art Exhibition

    We would like to thank the team at AusPost for sharing the Indigenous culture through art and encouraging conversations within their working culture regarding Reconciliation.

    Dreamtime Art is currently exhibiting privately for AusPost employees as part of the AusPost NRW 2016 festivities. The main event will be on Friday 3 June 2016 - 'Let's Talk Reconciliation' with Ahmed Fahour and Stan Grant.

  4. National Reconciliation Week 2016

    National Reconciliation Week 2016

    Our History, Our Story, Our Future

    Happy NRW 2016 Everyone!

    To our friends, colleagues, artists and clients, to each of you who have contributed and participated in meaningful change through learning the Indigenous history, understanding the First Peoples stories and  respecting and celebrating Reconciliation in order to shape a reconciled future for Australia, we thank you!

  5. Judy Watson Napangardi passes away peacefully

    Judy Watson Napangardi passes away peacefully

    For the purpose of delivering the sad news, we have used the deceased artists name for the heading. For future publications until further notice from the family, Dreamtime Art will only refer to her as Kumantjayi Watson Napangardi or JWN.

    Kumantjayi Watson Napangardi peacefully passed away in her home country Yuendumu. We shared many memories with her and her family and she will be sadly missed.

  6. Supply Nation Connect 2016

    Supply Nation Connect 2016

    Dreamtime Art exhibited over 25 original artworks at the Networking Drinks, Tradeshow and Dreamtime Art booth and was a finalist for Supplier and Corporate Member Partnership Award with Johnson & Johnson Medical.

  7. 28th Annual SEAANZ Conference

    28th Annual SEAANZ Conference

    Dreamtime Art was honoured to speak at the 28th Annual Small Enterprise Association of Australia & New Zealand Conference on the first day of the New (Financial) Year.

    The theme: Rhetoric & Reality - Effective Management of Small to Medium Enterprises.

  8. Matthew Everitt - a Kinaway Board Director

    Matthew Everitt - a Kinaway Board Director

    A Great way to end the Financial Year!

    Matthew has been newly appointed as one the Board Directors for the renewed Kinaway - Chamber of Commerce Victoria Ltd.

    Kinaway Board:

    Chairperson Karen Milward from Karen Milward Consulting

    Jason Eades from PIC

    Matthew Everitt from Dreamtime Art

    Marc Williams from Deadly Design

    Dwayne Good from In Travel Group



    A huge congratulations to Kinaway for creating a new board and getting Kinaway up and running again.


  9. THE CODE ON HOLD

    THE CODE ON HOLD

    Author: Jeremy Eccles
    News source: Interviews

    It's hiatus time at the Indigenous Art Code (IartC). At a time when there seem to be more debates about the artform and its marketing, the new, one-person administrator of the Federally-funded authority "overseeing ethical trade and good professional conduct" across the whole shebang is pretty much hog-tied until the end of July!

    http://news.aboriginalartdirectory.com/2015/05/the-code-on-hold.php

  10. J-AIR

    J-AIR

    We are proud to announce that we were on J-AIR 87.8FM  Sunday April 19, 2015, 9pm-10pm.

    Hear the show

  11. Beyond Blue - racism, depression and anxiety in Indigenous People

    Beyond Blue - racism, depression and anxiety in Indigenous People

    A big congratulations needs to be said to the people at 'Beyond Blue' who have shown the initative to bring this problem to national attention. 

  12. Connect 2014 features Dreamtime Art

    Connect 2014 features Dreamtime Art

  13. JOHNSON & JOHNSON MEDICAL and DREAMTIME ART CASE STUDY

    JOHNSON & JOHNSON MEDICAL and DREAMTIME ART CASE STUDY

    JOHNSON & JOHNSON MEDICAL and DREAMTIME ART CASE STUDY

    A successful partnership between Dreamtime Art and Johnson & Johnson Medical began last year after the Connect 2013 Trade Show and Gala Awards Night.

  14. NAB Building Exhibition

    NAB Building Exhibition

    Banc Cafe Exhibition


    Dreamtime Art is exhibiting Emerging Artists at the Ground Floor of the NAB Building 800 Bourke St Docklands.


    See for yourself the wonder of the Emerging Artists currently on display while enjoying a cup of coffee and a quick bite to eat.

  15. MANILA ART FAIR

    MANILA ART FAIR

    The Best in Contemporary Philippine Art was on display at the Links Car Park, Ayala Triangle in Makati City this February 21-24, 2014.


    Dreamtime Art enjoyed the 3 level exhibition of art ranging from canvas art, paper, sculptures and audio and video.


    The second year running, the Manila Art Fair is proving to be a success with Art Lovers within the South East Asia region and local Filipinos alike.

  16. Minister of Aboriginal Affairs Hon. Janette Powell

    Minister of Aboriginal Affairs Hon. Janette Powell

    The team at Dreamtime Art spent the afternoon with the Hon. Jeanette Powell, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Victoria to congratulate and award the 2013 LaTrobe University graduands.

  17. Reconciliation Australia RAP Learning Circle

    Reconciliation Australia RAP Learning Circle

    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'

  18. N.Napurrula passes away

    N.Napurrula passes away

    N.Napurrula has passed away at the age of around 75 years old. Our condolences to N. Napurrula's families and communities.

    We have very fond memories of N. Napurrula and her familly spending time with us in the Dreamtime Art Studio and out on country.

    We were very close to Napurrula and we are deeply saddened by the news. She was a patient of the Purple House at Western Desert Dialysis and we are thankful for the assistance and care they gave to N. Napurrula.

    We have removed all images of N. Napurrula on the Dreamtime Art website until further notice from her family. A big hug to Glenys, Susan and Morris. We miss you both and share your heartache.

    A very sad time for her family, her community and the Indigenous Art world. We send our farewell to Kumantjayi Napurrula and may she rest in peace.

    She leaves behind her legacy through her unmistakable 'Rockholes' Dreaming. We will miss you Kumantjayi.

    Fatima and Matthew.

    Kumantjayi is a 'name' used to refer to a person who for cultural reasons cannot be named. In this incidence, due to Kumantjayi's passing, her name is not be said or her photo to be shown until prior permission from her family has been obtained once Sorry business (mourning time) has been completed. Traditional law across the Northern Territory where traditions are prevalent says that a dead person's name could not be said because you would recall and disturb their spirit.

  19. Super Typhoon Yolanda - Philippines

    Super Typhoon Yolanda - Philippines

    Now is a time for us to band together as a community and assist those who are in need. Please find below the Letter of Appeal from the Filipino Community Council of Victoria and the Philippine Australian Foundation of Victoria Inc.

    Thank you for the kind gestures so far.

    Mabuhay.

  20. Taste of Taungurung Traditional painting with ground ochre and bark

    Taste of Taungurung

    We were blessed with a sunny Spring Day for the Bush Tucker Field Day in Taungurung Country of Euroa.

  21. Wominjeka, Welcome! With a single word we can connect

    Wominjeka, Welcome!

  22. Dreamtime Art with Archie Roach at the Melbourne Museum

    Dreamtime Art with Archie Roach at the Melbourne Museum

    Today was a warm day but a cold breeze made it perfect to be inside the new Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre at the Melbourne Museum.

    The permanent exhibition displays photographs, interactive elements and the use of space is imaginative and contemporary.

  23. CLUB CONNECT MAGAZINE READERS

    CLUB CONNECT MAGAZINE READERS

    As a Club Connect Magazine subscriber and reader, Dreamtime Art would like to welcome you. Please enjoy the 'Lowanna Series' exhibition by the talented Wayne Quilliam.

    Enjoy a Free Onsite Consultation for your private space or place of business.

  24. The Talented Mr.Quilliam

    The Talented Mr.Quilliam

    Most recently, we started to work alongside the very talented and highly acclaimed photographer A. Professor Wayne Quilliam. Wayne has a unique eye for documenting the Indigenous culture through his photojournalistic style through the lens of a camera.

  25. Reko-gnising the importance of Indigenous culture 'Trust the 2%' - Reko Rennie at the QAGOMA

    Reko-gnising the importance of Indigenous culture

    Reko Rennie, a member of the Kamilaroi/Gamilaroi people blends his Indigenous roots with his artistic talents for the exhibition 'My Country - I Still Call Australia Home' currently showing at Queensland's Art Gallery's Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA).

  26. Celebrate NAIDOC Week 2013

    Celebrate NAIDOC Week 2013

    NAIDOC  - the acroynm originally meaning

    'National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee'

    The theme for NAIDOC Week 2013 is

    'We value the vision: Yirrkala Bark Petitions 1963'

  27. Aboriginal Art on Paris Rooftop Aboriginal art that can be seen from the moon!  Musee du Quai Branly Rooftop showcasing Aboriginal Dreamtime art by Lena Nyadbi

    Aboriginal Art on Paris Rooftop

    If you ever felt the need to travel to the moon, make sure you look down and appreciate the Dreamtime artwork by 76 year old Indigenous artist Lena Nyadbi from the Warmun Community at Turkey Creek in Western Australia within the Kimberley region.

  28. Kunmana Mitchell passes away - a celebrated Indigenous artist

    Kunmana Mitchell passes away - a celebrated Indigenous artist

    For the purpose of delivering the sad news, we have used the deceased artists name for the heading. For future publications, Dreamtime Art will only refer to him as Kumantjayi Mitchell.

  29. Mr Yunupingu passes - Founder and Frontman of band Yothu Yindi Mr Yunupingu - The Tribal Voice for the Indigenous people

    Mr Yunupingu passes - Founder and Frontman of band Yothu Yindi

    Mr Yunupingu founded and was the lead singer of celebrated Indigenous band Yothu Yindi. He was the Uncle of very talented singer Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu.

  30. Dorothy Napangardi killed in car crash

    Dorothy Napangardi killed in car crash

    For the purpose of delivering the sad news, we have used the deceased artists name for the heading. For future publications until further notice from the family, Dreamtime Art will only refer to her as Kumantjayi Napangardi or DN.

    We are deeply saddened by the death of prominent Aboriginal artist Kumantjayi Napangardi. Kumantjayi died in a car crash in Alice Springs during a family hunting trip over the weekend of June 1-2, 2013. She passed away on June 1, 2013.

  31. National Reconciliation Week Ruth, Melissa, Fatima & Justine at the TOLL NRW Luncheon

    National Reconciliation Week

    National Reconciliation Week for Dreamtime Art starts off with an Aboriginal Art show at Toll Melbourne for the Toll NRW Luncheon.

  32. Aboriginal Singer on The Voice

    Aboriginal Singer on The Voice

    Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu opens Reconciliation week on The Voice with a soulful and moving performance with judge Delta Goodrem.

  33. The Long Walk with Michael Long

    The Long Walk with Michael Long

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

  34. Connect 2013 Melbourne - a huge success!

    Connect 2013 Melbourne - a huge success!

    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 - Turning Contacts into Contracts.

  35. Connect with Dreamtime Art at the Supply Nation Trade Show

    Connect with Dreamtime Art at the Supply Nation Trade Show

    GET EXCITED! We are!

    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
  36. Aboriginal art on show on Paris rooftop Ningura Napurrula - Rockholes 2011

    Aboriginal art on show on Paris rooftop

    Congratulations to Western Australian Aboriginal artist Lena Nyadbi who has been commissioned for her dreaming "Dayiwul Lirlmim, or Barramundi Scales" inspired by her mother's homeland in Dayiwul Country.

    Her piece has been specifically chosen for the roof terrace of the Musee du quai Branly to join one of Dreamtime Art's independent collectable artists Ningura Napurrula who painted her "Rockholes" artwork.

  37. Aboriginal Art featured on The Block Channel 9

    Aboriginal Art featured on The Block Channel 9

    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.

  38. Franklin Family Reunion in Taungurung Country

    Franklin Family Reunion in Taungurung Country

    Sharing stories, food and history was the agenda for the Franklin Family Reunion.

  39. Didge Festival

    Didge Festival

    Dreamtime Art attended the Melbourne Didgeridoo and Cultural Festival.

  40. Dreamtime Art in Art Collector magazine

    Dreamtime Art in Art Collector magazine

    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.

  41. Dreamtime Art subscribes to Melbourne Art Code of Practice

    Dreamtime Art subscribes to Melbourne Art Code of Practice

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

  42. Sharing the Spirit

    Sharing the Spirit

    Dreamtime Art attends the Share the Spirit Festival.

  43. Dreamtime Art joins Indigenous Art Code

    Dreamtime Art joins Indigenous Art Code

    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.

  44. 12 Days of Christmas - 12 Great Reasons to buy Aboriginal Art for your loved ones

    12 Days of Christmas - 12 Great Reasons to buy Aboriginal Art for your loved ones

    Xmas is only days away!! Dreamtime Art gives you 12 great reasons to buy Aboriginal Art this Christmas as a gift for a loved one or just to spoil yourself! Click here to see the latest newsletter in time for Christmas.

  45. Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri says "Welkumu!"

    Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri says "Welkumu!"

    "Welkumu!" meaning "How are you?" is the first word Warlimpirrnga says to us upon entering the Dreamtime Art Studio door.

  46. Dreamtime Art - Featured in Vecci Business Excellence Magazine

    Dreamtime Art - Featured in Vecci Business Excellence Magazine

    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.

  47. Dreamtime Art - AIMSC Certified

    Dreamtime Art - AIMSC Certified

    Dreamtime Art - an AIMSC Certified Indigenous owned business.

  48. Uncle Reg Blow - Flesh & Spirit Aboriginal Tribes Map of Australia

    Uncle Reg Blow - Flesh & Spirit

    This week celebrates the 2012 Cross-cultural Awareness Week.

    Dreamtime Art was privileged to be invited by the Australian Multicultural Community Services to hear highly respected Aboriginal Elder Uncle Reg Blow talk about Aboriginal culture, the impact of settlement and history.

  49. LIVE NEWS from our Studio - Judy's in! Judy Watson Napangardi - Painting the storylines of her 'BushTomato' Dreaming

    LIVE NEWS from our Studio - Judy's in!

    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.

  50. Call for Commissions direct from our studio!

    Call for Commissions direct from our studio!

    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.

  51. Michael Nelson Jakamarra on Sale Forecourt of the National Parliament building in Canberra - Designed by Michael Nelson Tjakamarra

    Michael Nelson Jakamarra on Sale

    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.
  52. Digging for Witchetty Grubs with Kumantjayi Napangardi Kumantjayi's photo has been respectfully removed until further notice

    Digging for Witchetty Grubs with Kumantjayi Napangardi

    We were lucky to be able to go out to a traditional hunting spot for the Warlpiri people and dig for Witchetty (Witjuti) grubs with the famous Aboriginal artist Kumantjayi Napangardi.

    Digging for Witchetty Grubs is always done by women (Kungka). It is considered to be a delicacy and is real treat. 

  53. National Reconciliation Week 27 May - 3 June 2012 National Reconciliation

    National Reconciliation Week 27 May - 3 June 2012

    Welcome to Reconciliation week. At Dreamtime Art, we look forward to a nation that is full of  people who are open to Reconciliation.

  54. An Exchange with Kinaway

    An Exchange with Kinaway

    Big thank you to the Kinaway team for organising the photo shoot with fellow Indigenous Small Business owner Steven Rhall. Steven is a very talented photographer who has an eye for particular camera angles that capture his subject in the most captivating manner.


  55. Emerging and Established Artists Extravaganza Monica Jagadai - Womans Ceremony 2012

    Emerging and Established Artists Extravaganza

    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. 

  56. Kathleen Petyarre - Dotting for Perfection!

    Kathleen Petyarre - Dotting for Perfection!

    When Kathleen Petyarre visits us at the Dreamtime Art Studio, she always warms the place with her presence. Unlike her outspoken sister Gloria, Kathleen is the quiet type.

  57. Kumantjayi Napangardi Exhibition Kumantjayi's photo has been respectfully removed until further notice

    Kumantjayi Napangardi Exhibition

    Dreamtime Art brings you a collection of works by Kumantjayi Napangardi which are available for sale. Kumantjayi is a freelance 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 especially Commissioned for our clients.

  58. Dreamtime Art Website ready for viewing! Contact us for your purchasing enquiries Mavis Jugadai - My Country 2010

    Dreamtime Art Website ready for viewing! Contact us for your purchasing enquiries

    For the last month or so, we have worked towards making the Dreamtime Art website ready to be viewed. Enjoy browsing through the pages of Aboriginal art and experience the Dreamtime Art Aboriginal Art collection at your own leisure. Our shopping cart will make it easy to buy Aboriginal Art online.

  59. Show your Love for Aboriginal Art this Valentine's Day!

    Show your Love for Aboriginal Art this Valentine's Day!

    This Valentine's Day, Dreamtime Art has a vast range of Aboriginal Art consisting of works by artists of Established, Emerging as well as the Collectible calibre.

  60. Especially Commissioned Aboriginal Art from Dreamtime Art to you

    Especially Commissioned Aboriginal Art from Dreamtime Art to you

    The Dreamtime Art team are preparing to head off to the communities in the Northern Territory. We would like to encourage our customers, new and returning to place their commissioned artwork orders now so we can get that perfect piece of Aboriginal Art with the perfect Dreamtime Stories of your choice.

  61. Facebook Competition Winner

    Facebook Competition Winner

    Christmas time - a time of Giving


    It's Christmas time! Merry Christmas to all Aboriginal Art Lovers! We wish you and your family a very festive and happy time during this joyous time of the year. May it be filled with family, friends and lots of food and fun times.

  62. Gloria Petyarre creates a 3 mtr Masterpiece for Dreamtime Art

    Gloria Petyarre creates a 3 mtr Masterpiece for Dreamtime Art

    We were lucky to have Gloria Petyarre in with us at the Dreamtime Art Studio this month. 

    After a long time of planning, Gloria finally decided that she was ready to create a large scale "Bush Leaf Medicine" in small brush strokes for Dreamtime Art.

  63. Janet Golder Kngwarreye draws Facebook Promo.

    Janet Golder Kngwarreye draws Facebook Promo.

    Janet Golder Kngwarreye draws winner of Facebook Page Promo

  64. N. Napurrula's Touch

    N. Napurrula's Touch

    Napurrula creates her Dreaming, "Rockholes" with us  at our Dreamtime Art studios in Alice Springs.

  65. Kumantjayi Napangardi - The One and Only Kumantjayi's photo has been respectfully removed until further notice

    Kumantjayi Napangardi - The One and Only

    Kumantjayi Napangardi is a quiet achiever and quite an achiever.

  66. Michael Nelson Tjakamarra pays us a surprise visit

    Michael Nelson Tjakamarra pays us a surprise visit

    'I just got off the bush bus and came to see you straight away.'

  67. The Wondrous Kudditji Kngwarreye

    The Wondrous Kudditji Kngwarreye

    Having Kudditji Kngwarreye in our Dreamtime Art studio while we made him a cup of tea seemed surreal.

  68. New Dreamtime Art Studio - A hub for Aboriginal Art and Artists

    New Dreamtime Art Studio - A hub for Aboriginal Art and Artists

    Dreamtime Art are proud to present our new studio in Alice Springs.

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