Bouddi Gallery - Contemporary Aboriginal Lifestyle Art - is a social enterprise; passionately supporting the cultural and economic sustainability of not-for-profit Aboriginal owned Art Centres in remote Australian communities. Bouddi Gallery exclusively trades in the arts and crafts produced by the Art Centres and in homewares and lifestyle products made under licensed arrangements with Art Centres and Aboriginal artists. This business model ensures that the Aboriginal artists and communities producing the art, directly benefit from their sales.
Producing some of the most exciting art in the world, Art Centres are community-based cooperatives, owned and managed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. They are innovative and vibrant spaces that provide economic, social and cultural benefits; where culture is kept strong, passed on between old and young and a vital avenue for Australia's Indigenous people to share their arts and culture with the world.
Bouddi Gallery - Contemporary Aboriginal Lifestyle Art, opened in 2007 committed to raising awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people - their long history, unique culture and extraordinary art. As a means of promoting Art Centres and generating additional income for them, Bouddi Gallery sells artworks and handcrafts produced by Art Centres and a broad range of lifestyle products produced under licensed arrangements with Art Centres.
Bouddi Gallery, in Bouddi National Park on the Central Coast of NSW Australia, is situated on land traditionally used by the Guringai and Darkinjung peoples. Bouddi National Park contains many significant Aboriginal sites.
Address: 5/1 Killcare Road, Killcare, NSW Australia 2257
Phone: +61 419 287 994