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Oceanic Art Societies
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1   Link   Australian Oceanic Art Society
Welcome to the Oceanic Art Society, a non-profit organisation, founded in Australia, whose main aim is to further and promote the understanding and appreciation of Oceanic art.

The Oceanic Art Society (OAS) holds regular presentations and seminars throughout the year. These have included presentations by leading international authorities, illustrated talks by field collectors, film screenings presented by their makers and presentations by curators of art gallery and museum exhibitions.

The Oceanic Art Society publishes a bi-monthly newsletter featuring illustrated international oceanic art news, editorial pieces, member articles, books reviews, seminar reports, museum reviews, gallery and auction news, and information on the Society's upcoming events.

2   Link   Pacific Arts Association
The Pacific Arts Association (PAA), founded in 1974 and established as an association in 1978, is an international organization devoted to the study of all the arts of Oceania. PAA provides a forum for dialogue and awareness about Pacific art and culture. By connecting individuals and institutions around the world, PAA encourages greater cooperation among those who are involved with the creation, study, and exhibition of Pacific art. The peer-reviewed Pacific Arts journal features current research and reviews. The PAA newsletter provides timely information about important events to members. PAA’s triennial International Symposium takes place in alternating venues across the globe and includes special tours, performances, exhibitions, and presentations of academic and artistic research on the arts of Oceania. Members have the opportunity to meet and participate in a PAA-sponsored session at the College Art Association annual meeting. PAA-Europe holds a meeting in Europe annually.

3   Link   Paleobree, Tribal Art Information Service

Paleobree is a free and confidential information service for collectors of tribal art who purchase on the internet. Paleobree is run by collectors for collectors and does not operate as a commercial site.