Come to the Zig Zag Gallery to be immersed in the intricate works by select professional public artists. This sculptural exhibition looks to explore how this small group of artists use light, colour and shadow to create sculptural work that engages the audience and creates a different perspective of the artform.
Inspired by his last two life-changing trips, John Eden presents Karijini Dreaming, an exhibition exploring the iconic West Australian landscape.
Join us for an afternoon of activities to kick off this year's NAIDOC Week celebrations.
For NAIDOC Week 2023, Author Alton Walley shares some of his beautiful renderings of traditional Indigenous stories.
Learn about Aboriginal Culture, bush tucker, bush medicine and more with Uncle Neville Collard during NAIDOC Week 2023.
Join us for rhymes & stories celebrating NAIDOC week.
The City of Kalamunda is celebrating NAIDOC Week through an exhibition featuring totems and dolls created by the community through a series of workshops exploring traditional weaving and binding techniques.
Join in the celebration of the Bibbulmun Track 25 anniversary and be part of the ephemeral art installations marking the start of an epic journey by the group of end to end walkers.
Author Alton Walley shares some of his beautiful renderings of traditional Indigenous stories.
Inspired by the extraordinary natural landscape of the Australian Bush, Bridget Seaton uses art as a way to pay homage to the environment that she cares deeply for.
Inspired by the beautiful local flora and fauna, Sally Edmonds and Stacy Gardoll demonstrate their wonderful talent for capturing a likeness through their arts practices.
In 2023, our theme is “A Medley of You” which aims to inspire a journey of self-expression and identity to explore all the different ‘aspects’ that make you who you are.
As a sub-group within the Embroiderers’ Guild of Western Australia, Innovative Stitches brings a different perspective to the practice of embroidery to reflect on preserving relationships, values and experiences that are meaningful to them.
Trading under the name of Moody Rabbit, Hannah Goggs is a talented multi-disciplinary artist that uses her love for the natural world as inspiration within her work.
In his first solo exhibition, Steven Bentley presents his artistic talent in an exhibition exploring his craftsmanship and eye for detail through the combination of photography and wood work.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.