cyberTribe is an online gallery that promotes the work of Indigenous Artists internationally. The first exhibition was launched in August 2000 and cyberTribe continues with support from the Arts, Technology and Indigenous Communities that it seeks to represent.

cyberTribe is undergoing some online changes for 2009. At the moment only a limited number of exhibitions are being featured on this new website here... but click here to view some of the old school cyberTribe exhibitions.

you can view articles about cyberTribe here

cyberTribe wishes to acknowledge:

the Traditional Owners of the lands where this project has taken place - Turrbal & Jagera of Brisbane, Yugambeh of the Gold Coast in SE Queensland, Bundjalung of Northern New South Wales, Kaurna of Adelaide, Larrakia of Darwin - all in Australia, Nga Puhi in Aotearoa and Blackfoot in Canada

extra special thanks the artists and writers included in exhibitions and consultation

cyberTribe is a love job and is not funded.

previous support is acknowledged from the Brisbane City Council Creative Sparks Program

and previous to that, the RGAQ - the Regional Galleries Association of Queensland and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board (under Director Cathy Craigie) at the Australia Council for the Arts

2009 news: cyberTribe won the Indigenous Keeping Place Award for the Regional Museums Awards, theres a press release here

many thanks

jenny fraser - curator online