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Aboriginal Art from South East Australia

Kaiela Arts is an Aboriginal art centre in Shepparton. We reference the linear art style, traditional to Kaiela Dungala (Goulburn Murray), Yorta Yorta Country.

We strengthen community by awaking culture, learning from our past and empowering future generations.


April Atkinson

April Atkinson is a Yorta Yorta artist who loves painting symbols and rivers as they remind her of the old camping days. Born on Wemba Wemba Country and raised on Yorta Yorta Country, April uses posca paint pens and acrylic paint and has recently been part of the Deadly Decks workshops as an artist facilitator

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KAIELA ARTS WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT – REQUEST FOR QUOTE..Kaiela Arts is seeking a consultant to develop a highly functional WordPress website that will maintain cultural integrity and user experience envisioned in a complete prototype that is currently in development. The developer will be required to deliver according to the supplied prototype’s design and interaction details to

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KAIELA ARTS BRAND REFRESH – REQUEST FOR QUOTE Kaiela Arts is seeking a contractor to implement a brand refresh, aligning with the organisation’s new strategic plan which is currently in development. This alignment is not just a visual or communicative update but a strategic move to enhance the overall user experience, engagement, and perception of

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What We Do

Established in 2006, Kaiela Arts is an Aboriginal art centre located in Shepparton situated on the traditional lands of the Yorta Yorta Nation. Our work drives important outcomes for both our artists and the broader Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community.

Inspire, Learn, Create Art

The program promotes learning and understanding of south-east Australian Aboriginal arts, language, cultural heritage and identity through a visual art-based learning activities.