For over 30 years, Maruku has been our place to share our stories with you – the stories of our culture and of our country.

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Discover traditional and contemporary Anangu art and craft from the heart of Australia. Each hand crafted piece has a story.

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Explore and connect with Anangu art and culture in an authentic way by experiencing our range of cultural offerings in a unique format with local Anangu artists.

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About Maruku

For over 30 years Maruku has operated as a not-for-profit art and craft corporation, owned and operated by Anangu. Approximately 900 Anangu artists belonging to over 20 remote communities across the Central and Western Deserts, make up the collective that is Maruku. Our purpose is to keep culture strong and alive, through art, craft and organic experiences.

From our blog

Maruku Arts slow shut down

What do we do now? How long will this last? Are our old people going to make it through this? These are the questions I have been asking myself over the last few days. Everyday there is a new announcement. Don’t go here, shut down this and don’t even think about crossing a border. Two

Maruku Punu Collection Trip

Location: Katiti Petermann IPA Date: 14 – 06 – 2019 Objective: To facilitate senior punu makers in punu collection and to share this activity with Keishani (10yo). This punu collection was needed to supply punu for new projects and had the added bonus of teaching Keishani. Staff: Jowel Hyne and Sarah Hall Artists: Niningka Lewis,

107 PROJECTS: Blak Mirror

Help us KEEP CULTURE STRONG through the sharing of the stories offered by this incredible group of artists: emerging, early-career, senior, regional, local and interstate multidisciplinary practitioners gathered together to reflect their view of Australian society through a black lens. The exhibition drives a gaze into the eyes of non-Aboriginal people and reflects some of