Created by designer Lisa Engeman, Occulture is a collaboration of artisans transferring ancient stories and knowledge into contemporary statement jewellery that celebrates and strengthens the songline of culture, knowledge, artists and community.

We are deeply honoured to represent the artists we work with: the Warlukurlangu people of the Yuendumu region of the central Australian desert, Gamilaraay woman, Arkeria Rose Armstrong, and a lineage of well-known and respected artists from Utopia and Yuendumu country, including Raymond Walters Japanangka.

Made by hand, each item possesses unique, intrinsic beauty with variations in shape, size, and metal finish. We translate ancient artwork into a contemporary context by utilising cutting-edge technology to create our sculptural designs.

Occulture is a preferred supplier for the Museum Shops Australia and New Zealand and a member of the Indigenous Art Code which promotes and regulates the fair and ethical trade in works of art by Indigenous artists. All artwork featured in our jewellery is licenced and royalties are paid directly to the individual artist. Occulture also proudly holds an Australian Made licence.