Nomad Art Productions and gallery is a retail business dedicated to the production and marketing of limited editions and collections of fine art and craft and supporting artists and Indigenous art centres from remote and regional Australia.
Since inception in 2005, Nomad Art Productions has become a leading gallery and outlet for quality Indigenous prints and product in Australia.
Directors, Angus and Rose Cameron have earned a reputation of being an innovative and ethical managers of this important art gallery.
Nomad Art focuses on art that involves cross-cultural collaborations between artists and master practitioners. A large range of limited edition prints, bronze, jewellery, carpets, rugs and textiles make up the unique and beautiful selection of fine art and craft at Nomad Art.
Rose Cameron has resided in Darwin since 1997 and is Director & Business Manager of Nomad Art Productions. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Arts and Entertainment Management and has been involved in the Top End art industry since 1997.
As business manager at Northern Editions CDU 1999-2002 and with the Tiwi Art Network 2002- 2004, Rose facilitated the development of exhibitions, projects, sales and marketing activities of limited edition prints and Indigenous art. From 1991 – 2001 Rose was also involved in various community arts projects and exhibitions in Victoria and Darwin.
Her experience led to the establishment of Nomad Art Productions in 2005. Nomad Art Productions is a creative and ethical business enterprise dedicated to the production and marketing of fine art and craft from the ‘Top End’ of Australia. The aim of Nomad Art Productions is to facilitate the development of new artworks, expand market opportunities and provide management support for artists and art workers in the ‘Top End’ of Australia.
Rose manages the Darwin Gallery and oversees the development of projects with partner Angus. She has extensive experience in business and financial management, client liaison, exhibition and stock management alongside the development of projects, advertising, promotional material, copyright, licensing and other related areas.
Angus Cameron has resided in Darwin since 1997 and has extensive experience in art education, curating exhibitions, project management and arts Industry development.
With a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) and Diploma of Education, Angus has been involved in a range of art related positions and projects including publishing, arts management, exhibition development and workshop presentation in a variety of cultural settings.
In 1997 Angus was appointed Head of Art, Design and Music at Kormilda College in Darwin, subsequently he has held the positions of Education Manager at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) and Industry Development Officer for the Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists (ANKAAA). In 2005 Angus established Nomad Art Productions in partnership with his wife Rose. Through Nomad Art Angus and Rose work closely with community art centres and Aboriginal corporations across the Top End and Central Australia.
Nomad Art is well known for facilitating unique projects that foster cross-cultural collaborations with artists Nationally. These curated exhibitions promote collaboration, reconciliation and understanding with an educational focus.
Elly joined the Nomad Art team in 2013 after a year studying at the Institute of the Arts in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, through the Darmasiswa Scholarship Program.
Prior to that Elly studied Indonesian language and culture studies at Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta, Mataram University in Lombok and Charles Darwin University Darwin, and has a Bachelor of Arts in Indonesian Language, History and Cultural Studies.
Elly has worked in the arts industry in Darwin since 2009, including as Research Assistant at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory and as Gallery Assistant at Northern Editions, and the Charles Darwin University Art Collection and Art Gallery.
Elizabeth has a Bachelor of Environmental Design, (University of Queensland, 2003). She was Administration Officer at Injalak Arts & Crafts, Gunbalanya, Northern Territory from 2012 – 1215 and has considerable experience working in remote Indigenous art centres in the Top End of Australia.
Liz (as she is known) is also a artist in her own right and has exhibited regularly in group and solo exhibitions since 2011. She was the recipient of emerging artist awards in Queensland and South Australia and curator of Wearables by Injalak Arts that travelled to Cuba in 2016 for The Festival of Arts. Liz is a board member of Tactile Arts (NFP Arts Organisation representing Craft and Design in the Top End). Ans was Artist in the Park 2016, part of the artist residency program at the Northern Territory Wildlife Park.
Seven Sisters celebrates the ancestry of seven Yunupingu sisters from Nhulunbuy, North-east Arnhem Land.
The story of the Seven Sisters is about seven sisters who went out in their canoe called Djulpan. During September onwards, they go hunting and always come back with different types of food; turtles, fish, freshwater snakes, yams and berries. They can be seen in the sky of a night, seven stars that come out together, it is known in English as Plaiedes.
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A new generation of botanical art 2006, an excursion through the eyes of six diverse artists into the remarkable world of plants in the tropical north of Australia exploring the unique characteristics of species that survive and prosper through the climatic extremes of monsoonal rains, dry weather and wild-fires.
We are standing on their names - Blue Mud Bay, 2010, a cross-cultural collaborative printmaking workshop and exhibition with prominent Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists and scientists. The exhibition will tour nationally from 2011 - 2013. Read more about Djalkiri: we are standing on their names.