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Place and Space
Feb
8
to Mar 31

Place and Space

SHIRE OF MUNDARING OPEN ART ACQUISITION EXHIBITION 

To be opened by Cr John Daw, President Shire of Mundaring

The routes through Mundaring have been travelled by many. Some have journeyed to the hills for economic opportunities while others have remained to call this picturesque landscape home for generations. An ongoing flow of different peoples has cultivated a diverse regional character, rich in talent, skill and personal stories. Whether spending a short, long, transitory, or continuing presence in the Hills region, Mundaring has developed into a community that values its connections to its past while inspiring a creative future. Artists have respond to the theme of place and space by creating works that explore their material and/or intangible connections to the Shire of Mundaring.

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Spotlight on Us
Feb
8
to Mar 31

Spotlight on Us

Spotlight on us is a survey of artworks from the Shire of Mundaring Art Collection acquired from past open invitation exhibitions featuring the work of Hans Arkeveld, Jenny Mills, Susan Tingay, Stuart Elliott, David Gregson, Nigel Hewitt, Mark Alderson, Jon Tarry, David Small, Peggy Lyon, Jacqui Crossley, Jennifer Irvine, Kirsten Sivyer, Rob Hancock, Karin Wallace, and Norma MacDonald.

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Danjoo - Interwoven
Feb
15
to Apr 6

Danjoo - Interwoven

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Curated by Wadandi/Minang/Koreng Bibbulmun artist Lea Taylor and Midland Junction Arts Centre Curator Greg Sikich.

Danjoo - Interwoven celebrates local Aboriginal culture, Country, language and visual arts practice in Western Australia, proudly presenting new and recent artworks by eighteen Aboriginal artists from or now residing in the south west corner of the state. Danjoo – meaning together in Bibbulmun Noongar language reflects the bringing together of established, mid-career and emerging Aboriginal artists working in diverse art forms, presenting artworks that speak of local Aboriginal culture and contemporary, personal, social and political issues.

Featuring artists Deborah Bonar, Lance Chadd, Julie Dowling, Jeanette Garlett, Naomi Grant, Linda James, Bradley Kickett, Rohin Kickett, Norma MacDonald, Janine McAulley Bott, Esther McDowell, Lewis Nannup, Daniel Roe, Lea Taylor, Jo Ugle, Mandy White, Desmond Woodley and Boyden Woods.

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