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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.

Our Featured Works

Black & White


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Hunting Grounds


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Manakiji (Wild Desert Berries)


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Dhukandirra Walking


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Under The Water


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Blood #1


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Exhibitions and Events

What We Do

Established in 2006, Kaiela Arts is an Aboriginal art centre located in Shepparton. We provide an important space for artists and the community to connect with art and culture. 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.

Professional Development

Kaiela Arts provides professional and skills development opportunities for more than fifty local Aboriginal member artists to develop careers as professional practicing artists.


Kaiela Arts offers a range of workshops to both Aboriginal artists and non-indigenous community members, to facilitate intercultural immersion and understanding.

Cultural Arts Information Sessions

Kaiela Arts provides Aboriginal cultural arts sessions to the general public once a month that offers information and familiarisation with the styles of South Eastern Australian Aboriginal art.


COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

Kaiela Arts is working towards opening its doors to public again soon, however entry to the gallery/shop will be by appointment only.

Become a member

Membership of Kaiela Arts is available to Aboriginal Artists, Aboriginals and non-Aboriginal community members who live in the Kaiela Dungala (Goulburn Murray) region.