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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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

TELSTRA 2020 – Our finalists: Cynthia Burke & Dallas Smythe

We are proud to present the works of our 2020 Telstra Finalists Cynthia Burke and Dallas Smythe. Two outstanding Maruku carvers. Both artists live and work in Warakurna, WA as painters, weavers and incredible carvers. Cynthia Burke is Maruku’s youngest director. Both women learned traditional carving and burning from their families and both developed it further into their own unique style using contemporary form or materials.

DAAF 2020 – Maruku at Darwin Art Fair Online

Tomorrow we launch for the first time our DAAF market stall online. The market will go officially online at 10 am. This is a new experience for Maruku staff and artists. We are excited about the opportunity to show our beautiful carvings on an international platform. Who can’t wait can already register for the early

More Blankets went to W.A.

Cynthia Burke picking up blankets from the W.A. border for Warburton artist Thank you to all the people who support Maruku and Maruku Artist!