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Jane Skeer is constantly drawn to regional Australia, and to materials that wear the landscape embedded within their surface.
Juxtaposing ephemeral and eternal; natural and synthetic materials, Anthropocene illustrates our impact and the effects our activity is having on the environment.
Join the artists of the Willyama Arts Society in the 58th Exhibition at the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery.
The achievements of sombre men find their way into public spaces, honoured in monuments, statues, and plaques, whilst individual women usually go unrecognised for their contributions to socio-political progress.
This is not a mineral mall exists as a site-responsive investigation, making use of the artists body to reflect upon the internal and external polarities of place.
Panga & Ian Marr brings together the work of two artists connected through the historic Momba Station.
The Garden draws parallels between the constructed worlds of pro wrestling and the presentation of constructed versions of the self.
Where To Begin further explores Ryan O’Callaghan’s interest in principles of the sequential arts – storyboarding, animation and comic books.
Wirtu'wirtulinya - Three Sisters brings together the work of Jade Cicak, Taya Biggs and Elisha Mangal whose work collectively explores what it means to be a proud Barkandji woman today.
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We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we live and work, and pay our respects to their elders, past and present.