ASA are excited to be a part of the upcoming Black Markets, being held in Bare Island, La Perouse, NSW on 6th July. Westpac have kindly offered to host a stall on our behalf, showcasing our work so if you would like to see our art up close, be sure to stop by and say hello.
It looks like it will be an amazing day – for more information, check out the website at
We are excited and very proud to let everyone know that Aboriginal Steel Art is a 2014 Finalist in the Telstra Business Awards for Micro Business in Queensland. We cannot believe we have gotten this far, but are ever so grateful to everyone that has been a part of our journey. A special mention to Indigenous Business Australia, Fortis One and Supply Nation, without which we would never of come so far.
ASA are proud to announce that we will be part of the Supply Nation Delegation to the NMSDC Business Opportunity Fair in San Antonio Texas USA in October.
By participating in the Supply Nation delegation to Supply Nations US sister council – the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) – event, we will:
- Attend and participate in the NMSDC’s one day business opportunity fair that showcases Fortune 500 company’s supplier diversity programs
- Network and explore business opportunities with Fortune 500 companies, minority owned businesses, supplier councils from the UK, Canada, South Africa and China, and supplier diversity experts
- Build our knowledge of supplier diversity for application in the Australian context
We are excited about the opportunities that may come from this, and for the chance to show ASA to an international audience. We look forward to sharing our experience with you when we return!
Wayne McGinness is proud to be a part of this years Pathways annual exhibition, which features artists who have successfully completed the UMI Arts Exhibition Ready Program in the last twelve months.
This year, Pathways 4 features Wayne McGinness, Tatipai Barsa, Cheryl Creed and George Riley.
Pathways 4 showcases a wide range of mediums and styles, including stainless steel sculptures, portrait paintings and works representing the rainforest regions and the Torres Strait Islands.
Where: UMI Arts Shop and Galleries, 335 Sheridan St, Nth Cairns
When: 14 Aug – 25 Sep
Official Launch: Wed 14 Aug, 6pm – All Welcome
We are very excited to be a part of Tali Gallery’s exhibition – mixT : Indigenous Art in 3D. Opening Thursday 21st of March, and running for the next few weeks, Wayne’s Stainless Steel Sculptures will be displayed amongst clay Bagu figures from NE Queensland, stunning fibre works from Arnhemland and Elcho Island, town camp soft sculptures from Larapinta, and ghost net soft sculptures from Groote Eylandt. If you are in Sydney, please stop past and take a look. Tali Gallery is located at 667 Darling Street, Rozelle, NSW.