The Warangesda Project is a joint partnership between three key organisations: Griffith Regional Art Gallery, Western Riverina Arts, and National Park and Wildlife Services with involvement of a number of key Indigenous community stakeholders including Wiradjuri community Elders, Griffith Aboriginal Medical Service and Griffith Aboriginal Land Council.
The aim of the project is to recognise and commemorate the significance of the Warangesda mission in the lives of generations of Aboriginal people, past and present.
The project will involve a program of activities to engage Aboriginal people who have a connection to the site, to create and exhibit artworks relating to the site, and to collect, document and present historical materials relating to the site that are of interest to the Griffith Aboriginal and broader communities.
Community Exhibition: Objects of Desire at Griffith Regional Art Gallery
Group Exhibition: Through Our Own Eyes, Griffith Regional Art Gallery 2019
2018 JADA: Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award
Each for Equal: IWD Special Exhibition
Ken Done: Painting You Probably Haven’t Seen
National Photography Portrait Prize 2020
Eugenia Lim: The Ambassador
CONCRETE: Art Design Architecture
Contemporary Jewellery Award 2020
Rhonda Miranda: A Contemplation of Tranquility
Yarruwala Wiradjuri! CULTURE – COUNTRY - COMMUNITY
Griffith Regional Art Gallery’s 2020 PROGRAM LAUNCH