Finding Home: Engaging Youth in Regional Australia Exhibition
Finding Home is an exhibition based on the Engaging Youth in Regional Australia Study led by Dr Candice Boyd from the University of Melbourne and funded by the Australian Research Council. The research took place in three regional towns – Griffith NSW, Hedland WA, and Port Lincoln SA. Each of these towns is experiencing net youth outmigration despite their strong local economies. The research sought to better understand the reasons why young people leave these areas but also why some choose to stay, and others return.
Image Credit: Tal Fitzpatrick, EYRA Story Quilt (Griffith), 2020, detail
|Saturday & Sunday: 11am - 2pm|
|Wednesday - Friday: 10am - 5pm|
|Closed: Monday & Tuesday|
Rethinking the Winter Solstice: A Community Art Exhibition
Celebrating the strength, creativity and diversity of Wiradjuri artists, view this in the 3D Gallery.
Discover the remarkable stories of ordinary Australians in this exhibition celebrating the bush, the outback, the coast and the people who live there.
Community craft and small wares exhibition focusing on the beauty of small, artisan and handcrafted objects.