The Art Association of Australia and New Zealand is the national professional body for Australian and New Zealand art historians. Its membership is comprised principally of academics in art and design, postgraduate students, artists and designers, and gallery and museum curators.
The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) is the national peak body protecting and promoting the professional interests of the Australian visual and media arts, craft and design sector.
Museums & Galleries Queensland promotes, supports and provides services to foster excellence in museums, galleries and keeping places. The Company strives to ensure a future where museums, galleries and keeping places are relevant, accessible and valued by their communities.
We champion a diverse art history through our events, advocacy, publications, resources, prizes and membership.
We believe that art history and visual culture inspires people to think differently and see differently. We are committed to a broad and inclusive art history. We reflect this commitment through our events, publications, resources, dissertation prizes, advocacy and membership.
CAA, as the preeminent international leadership organization in the visual arts, promotes these arts and their understanding through advocacy, intellectual engagement, and a commitment to the diversity of practices and practitioners.
ACUADS is the peak body of university visual arts, crafts and design. ACUADS represents over thirty Australian University and TAFE art and design faculties, schools and departments.
The Council undertakes leadership, advocacy, policy development, research and community service for the sector. ACUADS also hosts an active conference and seminar program.
Australian Museums and Galleries Association Incorporated (AMaGA) is the national association and peak advocacy body representing museums and galleries. We encompass a wide and diverse range of national, state, regional and community museums, galleries, historic sites, botanic and zoological gardens, research centres, Indigenous cultural centres, and Keeping Places across Australia.