Current and Past Exhibitions

Indigenous artists from across the north of WA, each with a passion to tell their stories of a particular place or a single land form.
Recent large works by the Bidyadanga artists, Donald Moko, Weaver Jack, Mary Meribida, Margaret Baragurra, Bertha Linty, Daniel Walbidi, Alma Webou, Georgina Walbidi and Sally Liki Nanii.
In honour of the often forgotten figurative style made famous by Queenie McKenzie.
An exhibition of recent works from the Yulparitja and Mangala artists from Bidyadanga. This shows a progression in the artists works since the first show in November. This will be shown in Perth in January.
This is the first exhibition of Yulparitja & Mangala people from Bidyadanga. Although all are d the first time many of the artists have used acrylic paints, although all are experienced artists. The work is unique as it blends desert tradition with salt water life.
an exhibition of works from the East Kimberley, including Kija and Mirrawong people. Artists include: Paddy Carlton, Alan Griffiths, Peggy Griffiths, Peter Newry, Minnonette Jamin, Judy Mengil, Phyllis Ningamara, Madigan Thomas, Beerbee, Lena Nyabdi and others from Warmun Art Centre, Waringarri Art Centre, Red Rock Art.
An exhibition of works from Papunya Tula in the Western Desert. These Pintupi artists explore waterholes and sand dunes in this series of works. Artists include; Makinti Napanangka, Walangkura Napangka, Bundi Row Tjupurrula, Nyurapayia Nampitjimpa, Payu Napaljarri, Johnny Yungut Tjupurrula, Charlie Ward Tjakamarra, Eileen Napaljarri, Yukultji Napangati, Richard Yukenbarri Tjakamarra, George Tjumpo Tjapaltjarri and Lorna Napanangka.