In Yolŋu culture the land, family, ceremony, songs and art are connected. Milingimbi artists share these stories in fibre works, paintings on bark, ceremonial poles and carvings.

Our Cultural Heritage

Artwork from Milingimbi has been vigorously collected since the 1920’s, when the first Methodist missionaries arrived. By the 1960s the centre was a leader in establishing the market for traditional Yolŋu art. As a result art from Milingimbi is included in significant national and international collections. The centre continues the long tradition of producing high quality works, including bark paintings, carvings and weaving.

For contemporary Yolŋu, these artworks are living pieces of cultural heritage that have an ongoing importance in Yolŋu social life.

Milingimbi Art and Culture Centre is housed in a historical building made of mud bricks; it was constructed in the 1930s.

Annie Moors – Artist in Residence

Annie Moors – Artist in Residence

In May 2021 Yolŋu emerging artist Annie Moors, usually based in Darwin, undertook a two week residency at our Art and Culture centre in far North East Arnhem Land. During the two weeks Annie was mentored by her family members and esteemed artists; Helen Galanmirriwuy,...

Milingimbi Art and Culture Aboriginal Corporation

The Milingimbi Art and Culture Aboriginal Corporation is a community owned Art Centre that maintains an important position in the national art and cultural arena. Milingimbi Art and Culture has a long history of producing works steeped in active cultural practice such as barks, ceremonial poles, carvings and weavings. Works from Milingimbi are integral to important collections in many National and International institutions.


Contact us

A: Lot 53 Gadupu Rd, Milingimbi via Winellie, NT 0822
P: (+61) 8987 9888

Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this website may contain images and voices of deceased persons.

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