The International Arts Partnership Program positions Queensland Indigenous arts and artists as a major force in national and international markets and promotes them through marketing and export initiatives.
The International Arts Partnership Program links government, the arts industry and the Indigenous community to raise the profile of Indigenous artists from the state of Queensland, Australia.
The aim is to present and promote the very best of Queensland Indigenous arts, while maintaining Indigenous cultural integrity within the Indigenous arts export industry.
The International Arts Partnership Program is part of Backing Indigenous Arts a Queensland Government initiative to build a stronger, more sustainable and ethical Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts industry in Queensland.
The International Arts Partnership Program was originally delivered by the Queensland Indigenous Arts Marketing and Export Agency (QIAMEA) which is no longer operating as a stand-alone agency in Arts Queensland.
All funding agreements in place for existing projects under the QIAMEA program will be honoured.
Queensland Indigenous arts
Find out how Queensland Indigenous artists continue to express their rich and diverse cultural heritage through the contemporary art forms of visual arts and crafts, music, performing arts and literature.
Exhibitions and events
Read about the International Arts Partnership Program which is a central element in marketing and exporting Queensland's Indigenous arts.
Find links to Indigenous Arts centres, galleries and Indigenous events across Queensland.
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