NATIONAL ABORIGINAL CULTURAL INSTITUTE
Tandanya is the trading name of the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Inc., incorporated in 1989 as a community-controlled, not-for-profit organisation.
Tandanya is the Kaurna (pron. Garna) word for ‘place of the Red Kangaroo’. The Kaurna people are the traditional owners and custodians of the Adelaide Plains. Tandanya’s name reflects the organisation’s ongoing commitment to honour and respect the traditional owners and custodians for this country.
Tandanya is a visionary and vibrant place for all to experience contemporary and traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural expressions through the visual and performing arts. Tandanya enjoys a national and international reputation for innovation and excellence in visual arts programming, featuring emerging and established artists from around the country and overseas.
Aboriginal Organisation A4 Poster Promotion
Tandanya would like to support your organisations by promoting an A4 poster to raise awareness of local and interstate Aboriginal businesses, organisations and community groups in our Foyer.
If you would to have your business represented, email your businesses poster to firstname.lastname@example.org
First Nations Front of House Volunteers
Want to get your First Nation business promoted at Tandanya?
Tandanya would like to assist by displaying your A4 poster, in our foyer, that will be seen by visitors from Australia and internationally. Tandanya is Australia's oldest Aboriginal-owned multi-arts centre that attracts thousands of visitors to Adelaide every year. This is a great opportunity for your business to been seen on a globe scale.
If your business, organisation or community group is interested in collaborating with Tandanya to help with your promotion, please send Tandanya an A4 print ready poster including business contact details and it will be proudly displayed for the world to see.
Email your A4 print ready poster to email@example.com
Survival Day 2020 T-Shirt Competition
Competition details on the Survival Day page
Cultural Sensitivity Warning
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that this website may contain images and voices of people who have passed
Funding & Charity