The art of remote Australia is often the wallpaper in the background when corporate giants do their pieces to camera in TV news bulletins or live crosses.

Even politicians don't mind being filmed against those vibrant, shimmering canvases with their waterholes, dreaming tracks and ancestral spirits.

But what's the connection between the corporate world, the policy makers in Canberra and the fragile bush economies that produce that unmistakable art?

How can corporates invest consciously in remote economies to support the work of art centres that generate that vision of Australia?

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