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The Main Gallery has always featured work in a range of media, from painting and sculpture to photography, performance, installation, video and other electronic media arts. A diverse Exhibition Program of local, national and international works of significance in internally-curated and hosted exhibitions has projected GYRACC into the forefront as a must-see art and cultural experience.
KSPACE is a designated gallery space aiming to promote and nurture the artistic and cultural identities of the Katherine Region and its people through ‘spotlight’ style exhibitions. We encourage all emerging Indigenous and non-Indigenous creatives to maximise this rare opportunity to showcase their work in a highly respected gallery setting. We are passionate about this initiative and are excited to support local artists in striving for excellence in their chosen field.
For more information contact Clare Armitage, Curator & Retail Manager, 08 8972 3751 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
7 September - 14 October
Artback NT is proud to present Still in my mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality which will open at the Godinymayin Art and Cultural Centre on Friday 7 September 6pm.
Inspired by the words of revered Gurindji/Malngin leader Vincent Lingiari, ”that land…I still got it on my mind,” Still in my mind reflects on events preceding and following the seminal Gurindji Walk Off – where Lingiari led over 200 countrymen, women and children off Wave Hill Station to protest poor wages and conditions.
Curator and participating artist Brenda Croft developed the exhibition through long-standing practice-led research with her father’s community, Karungkarni Art and Culture Aboriginal Corporation and UNSW Galleries, UNSW Art & Design.
Still in my mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality exhibition opening night will be Friday 7 September 6pm. Exhibition dates will be 7 September to 14 October.
Floor talk with Brenda Croft and artists of Karungkarni Art will be Saturday 8 September 11am.
All members of the public are welcome to attend these free events.