The Dunghutti-Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery aka DNAAG is an Aboriginal Gallery housed in the annex of the Visitor Information Centre designed by internationally renowned architect Glenn Murcutt. The gallery is nestled in parkland on the south side of Kempsey in the Macleay Valley on the mid north coast of New South Wales. The aim of the gallery is to showcase and market works of prominent established and emerging aboriginal artists of the Dunghutti region and broader mid north coast area.
The Gallery also provides an opportunity to link indigenous business development with indigenous culture.
About the Gallery
Established in the latter part of 2008 the Gallery offers an opportunity for our indigenous artists to exhibit their art works to local, interstate and international visitors through the connection with the Visitor Information Centre. To learn more about the Dunghutti Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery’s successes and that of the local artists take the time to read the latest newsletter.
To see what exhibitions are currently on see http://dnaag.com.au/
The Gallery presently has on display an extensive range of wonderful aboriginal artwork from Dunghutti region and mid north coast.
New works by Anthony Flanders are well worth a look. Anthony is a Dunghutti man who has a lone lineage of artistic ability in the family.
Don’t forget some of the artists exhibiting in the Gallery have had works hung in the NSW Indigenous Parliament Award, Finalists in Telstra Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island Award, have been shortlisted for RayBan ‘Onesight’ project and shown in prestigious Galleries.
Comments from the visitors book state that it is ‘The Best Aboriginal Art Gallery on the mid north coast’ so be sure not to miss it.
Val Melville Centre
South Kempsey Park, 62-118 Lachlan Street
Call: 02 6562 1432