Local Indigenous Exhibition
Celebrating the strength, creativity and diversity of Wiradjuri artists. Featuring works by Joyce Hampton, Rex Campbell, Gaye Moore, June Weymouth, Cory McKenzie, Allan McKenzie, Carolyn Williams, Tyneika Powell, Veronica Collins and Will Carter.
Artists from diverse perspectives illustrate and celebrate the complexity of contemporary feminist discourse and the art made within it.
An community exhibition showcasing local artists, who have been asked to create art from music.
A vibrant and playful exhibition bringing together a vivid collection of mostly unseen works by one of Australia’s most iconic artists.
Hamm's artworks are composed with multiple layers of storytelling garnered from her Yorta Yorta upbringing.
Stories of people recovering from addiction told through photography, sculpture, printmaking, audio recordings and the written word.
Moore uses traditional processes in innovative ways to create fantastical creatures, objects and worlds that can be both amusing and alarming.
An unparalleled celebration of drawing technique and innovation, demonstrating the remarkable vitality and scope of contemporary Australian drawing.
Celebrating its 30th anniversary, NCJA attracts Australia’s leading contemporary object artists and expands the boundaries of the art of human adornment.
This exhibition aims to foster local creativity and appreciation of locally sourced and produced art.