Marrawuddi Arts & Culture
Marrawuddi Arts & Culture is a vibrant Aboriginal art centre and gallery, owned and governed by the Mirarr Traditional Owners in the Kakadu National Park. Engaging over 500 artists, Marrawuddi Arts & Culture showcases authentic Aboriginal art from across Kakadu and West Arnhem Land. The centre supports artists across different arts disciplines such as painting, screen-printing, weaving, photography and sculpture. The Marrawuddi Cafe runs 7 days a week, serving barista made coffee for visitors to enjoy while perusing the gallery of ethical Indigenous art.
Marrawuddi is the Kundjeyhmi word for White Belly Sea-Eagle, a bird commonly found around Kakadu and West Arnhem Land.
Marrawuddi Arts & Culture are member of the Indigenous Art Code and ANKA (Arnhem, Northern and Kimberley Artists), the peak advocacy and support body for Aboriginal artists and Art Centres across Northern Australia. Marrawuddi prides itself on being an ethical source of Indigenous Australian art.