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 Aboriginal 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 Aboriginal 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

Cleanup day

You might call this garbage… and indeed it is. Last Tuesday was Community Cleanup day when all Community organisations stopped work for at least half a day to pick up the extraordinary amount of wind blown rubbish lying around Mutitjulu – of shame job proportions. Unfortunately Maruku was busy trying to survive so we only

Fundraiser – Help Anangu Culture to survive!

Help Maruku! We need Anangu to stay safe and we need the organisation to survive!!! Imagine the demise of an Indigenous-run artists’ collective based at Uluru, successfully representing some 700 artists and craftspersons in a region bigger than Sweden. Imagine the end of an organisation with a focus on punu-making (traditional wood carving) which has

Revealed 2020

Presented by Fremantle Art Centre, Revealed showcases the best new and emerging Aboriginal artists from across Western Australia through the annual Revealed exhibition. Maruku is thrilled to show this year women tools from young artists from the Western desert region. Following the Covid-19 outbreak, the show is this year only digital. However works are available