Exhibitions

Current and Past Exhibitions

This is an exciting new exhibition from Tjarlirli artists from Tjukurla Community in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. Featuring well known artists Nyarrapyi Giles, Ester Giles and Katjarra Butler, as well works from newer artists, who bring a contemporary interpretation to ancient cultural desert stories. Available for viewing from 6th September at Short St Gallery, Broome.
Short St Gallery is extremely proud to present this rare and exciting work from the Omie Artists of Papua New Guinea. The exhibition celebrates the contemporary expression of nioge (barkcloth). This ancient tradition is practiced exclusively by the Omie women of the Oro Province. Please join us for the opening on Thursday 11th August at 6pm. Brennan King the Omie Artists Manager will also be joining us for a special floor talk on the origins and tradition of this very special art form. All are welcome.
Short St Gallery in association with Tjungu Palya Artists presents this extraordinary and exciting body of work. Some of the most interesting art in the country is coming out of the APY lands at the moment and the Tjungu Palya artists are leading the way with their challenging new interpretations of traditional stories. The exhibition can be veiwed from Thursday 14th July at Short St Gallery in Broome, WA. If you would like to request a price list please contact the gallery for more information.
Short St Gallery in association with Ninuku Arts presents Wati Ngintaka Tjukurpa a Yangi Yangi Fox exhibition featuring selected works from Ninuku artists The exhibition opens 6pm 16th June at Short St Gallery in Broome. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you are unable to attend but would like to request a price list please contact the gallery for more information.
Short St Gallery in association with Mangkaja Arts presents a solo exhibition by Sonia Kurrara, the winner of the West Australian component of the WA Indigenous Art Award. Short St is excited to showcase Sonia's strong contemporary work in 2011. The exhibition opens Thursday 19th May at Short St Gallery in Broome, WA. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you are unable to attend but would like to request a price list please contact the gallery for more information.
Short St Gallery in association with Ernabella Arts are excited to introduce, Ngura Kutju, Tjukurpa Pulkatjara: One small community, many different stories. The exhibition opens 6pm 21st April at Short St Gallery, Broome and features a wonderful selection of recent work from the Ernabella Artists. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you are unable to attend but would like to request a price list please contact the gallery for more information.
Short St Gallery in association with Warmun Art Centre are proud to present exciting new works by Mick Jawalji, featuring paintings by senior Law Men Patrick Mung Mung, Rusty Peters and Churchill Cann from the Gija community. The exhibition opens 6pm 17th March at Short St Gallery, Broome. All are welcome to attend. If you are unable to attend but would like to request a price list please contact the gallery for more information.
Short St Gallery in conjunction with Spinifex Arts Project are very proud to present the Spinifex Artists Survey Show, an exciting array of recent works from Spinifex Country, West Australia. The exhibition opens on Thursday 1 November at 6 pm, please join us at Short St Gallery for a glass of wine.
Short Street Gallery, in conjunction with Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre and Museum in Arnhem Land, is proud to present YUKUWA, an exhibition of magnificent standing sculptures and works on bark by Gangan artist Djirrirra Wunungmurra. Opening Thursday 14 October at 6pm @ Short St Gallery, Broome, all welcome
Short St Gallery proudly presents this wonderful body of works. Melding his signature text and image to illustrate different periods of his life from the 1950s as a child on the Murray River to more recent tales of his myriad experiences as an adult, each of Ian's paintings is an episode in an extraordinary life rendered in his vital unique style.