Mbantua Art Gallery and Cultural Museum in Alice Springs is home to one of the largest collections of Aboriginal art in Australia. Located in the Todd Mall, and specialising in indigenous art from the Utopia region of Central Australia, Mbantua Gallery and Cultural Museum has over 1,500 square metres of fabulous displays, with more than 200 Aboriginals artists represented.
A special attraction for visitors to Alice Springs is the Mbantua Cultural Museum (entrance fee applies) on the second floor of the Gallery with many displays and information on the customs and lifestyle of the Aboriginal people. The museum also houses an exhibition on the life and works of famous artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye and late in 2008 will showcase her painitng 'Earth's Creation'.Visit Website
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Cultural