Exhibitions

Featured Exhibitions

Jan 14, 2022Jan 23, 2022

Carbon
Marcie O’Neill

Marcie O’Neill works with timber, metals, and fire as a metaphorical process. “Carbon is continually cycling through all living things. We have carried fire and languages to describe it since the dawn of our time. It connects all things and is beyond prejudice and opinion”.

Dec 4, 2021Jan 30, 2022

Koori Mail Indigenous Art Award
Group Show

A beautiful and powerful exhibition of the 49 finalist works in the first Koori Mail Indigenous Art Award. The exhibition includes the winning work as well as winners of the Bundjalung Art Award, the Innovation Art Award and the Youth Art Award.

Nov 6, 2021Feb 6, 2022

CREATION
Deborah Kelly

CREATION is a sprawling collaborative artwork proposing experimental, ritualised engagements with climate denialism.

Dec 11, 2021Feb 6, 2022

Materiality in Everyday Life
Cassandra-lyn Palmer

Clarence Valley artist Cassandra-lyn Palmer challenges traditional approaches to using materials in visual art by making works directly from the landscape and everyday life.

All Exhibitions

Jan 14, 2022Jan 23, 2022

Carbon
Marcie O’Neill

Marcie O’Neill works with timber, metals, and fire as a metaphorical process. “Carbon is continually cycling through all living things. We have carried fire and languages to describe it since the dawn of our time. It connects all things and is beyond prejudice and opinion”.

Dec 4, 2021Jan 30, 2022

Koori Mail Indigenous Art Award
Group Show

A beautiful and powerful exhibition of the 49 finalist works in the first Koori Mail Indigenous Art Award. The exhibition includes the winning work as well as winners of the Bundjalung Art Award, the Innovation Art Award and the Youth Art Award.

Nov 6, 2021Feb 6, 2022

CREATION
Deborah Kelly

CREATION is a sprawling collaborative artwork proposing experimental, ritualised engagements with climate denialism.

Dec 11, 2021Feb 6, 2022

Materiality in Everyday Life
Cassandra-lyn Palmer

Clarence Valley artist Cassandra-lyn Palmer challenges traditional approaches to using materials in visual art by making works directly from the landscape and everyday life.