The Indigenous Art Centre Alliance (IACA) is the peak body that supports, trains, promotes and advocates for remote Queensland art centres. IACA has partnered with the National Museum of Australia (NMA) to present the exhibition Belonging; Stories from Far North Queensland in Canberra in 2022. To accompany this exhibition and coinciding with its tenth anniversary, IACA has produced Belonging/ Stories from Far North Queensland a 240-page, full-colour publication chronicling the works of art, artists and art centres of the far north Queensland region. Slated to become the seminal text on contemporary Indigenous artmaking in Far North Queensland, the publication is an important companion to the exhibition as well as a significant standalone legacy document and vital record of recent history of Queensland art centres and the Belonging/Northern Disclosure arts development project. The exhibition will feature works from the recently acquired collection of 415 artworks from IACA member art centres produced during the IACA coordinated, national award-winning, multi-year Belonging/Northern Disclosure arts development project.
|Title||Belonging: Stories from Far North Queensland|
|Authors||Indigenous Art Centre Alliance, Mathew Trinca, Tim Acker, Edwina Circuitt, Rebecca Dagnall, Curtis Taylor, Shona Coyne|
|Editor||Indigenous Art Centre Alliance|
|Compiled by||Indigenous Art Centre Alliance|
|Publisher||Indigenous Art Centre Alliance IACA, 2021|