n the past few centuries all the regions and peoples of Oceania have been greatly influenced and affected by the western colonization and cultural influence. Despite this in recent times the people of Oceania have managed to rediscover their culture and to find a great appreciation for their artistic heritage. Also the role of the indigenous art and culture in the mainstream cultural policy of Oceanic countries has vastly increased in the past few years. I think that the revival of the cultural heritage practices and indigenous art forms involves bringing back the indigenous music, dance, art and even traditional tribal stories with vast cultural significance. Probably the causes for this revival are involve the search of the indigenous peoples for finding their cultural identity, self-determination and economic independence. Also the "renaissance" of the indigenous art and culture could be fueled by the revising notions of national identity and national culture. One such example is the Australia’s iconic promotion of the indigenous culture and art as part of the country's cultural specificity and difference. The revival of cultural heritage art among the peoples of Oceania has also been encouraged and used in favor of the Oceanic tourism industry indigenous cultural themes being used heavily in tourism promotion with indigenous art being exhibited and artists celebrated internationally. Thus the success of reviving the cultural heritage and art of the indigenous peoples also has a great economic impact alongside the social one with thousand of jobs depending on it. The successful revival of the indigenous art and culture has been acclaimed internationally. Therefore the revival of cultural heritage art among the peoples of Oceania is a phenomena backed by multiple causes among which probably the most important being the search of the indigenous people for a national, cultural and artistic identity.