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The inaugural Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) will be kicking off virtually, for the first time ever!

A vibrant program of cultural performances, artist workshops and demonstrations, Indigenous food experiences, artist talks and music performances will be hosted on the DAAF website, social media channels and via Zoom video conferencing.

Activities below...
- Both Ways Basket Weaving (masterclass) – 7 & 13 August
- Hands on Watercolour Painting (masterclass) – 10 August
- Coiled Basket Weaving (masterclass) – 11 August
- Weaving with Tjanpi Desert Weavers (masterclass) – 13 August
- Tastes & Tales at Aboriginal Bush Traders (food experience) – 12 & 14 August
- Artists of Iltja Ntjarra Many Hands Art Centre (artist talks) – 7 August
- The Monster Net Project (artist talks) – 7 August
- Long Water: fibre stories (artist talks) – 14 August
- Mornington Island Dancers (performance) – 10 August
- Wugalgau Kaiin Thithui Dance Group (performance) – 13 August
- Cultural Keepers Program – various dates.

Make sure to sign up for early entry!

To learn more, visit the DAAF and NIFA websites.

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