The Revealed exhibition showcases art by emerging Western Australian Aboriginal artists, across a variety of artistic mediums and with a diverse range of styles.

The majority of these artists come from regional and remote areas of the State, ranging from Kalumburu in the far north, to Albany in the south. Artworks are for sale and admission is free. The income and exposure for the artists on show develops their art practice and provides a real contribution to regional and remote livelihoods.

Open Monday to Friday 10am to 4.45pm and Saturday 12 to 4pm at Gallery Central, Central Institute of Technology.

Find out more or download the West Australian insert on Revealed for program details and more.

 

Where

North Metropolitan TAFE

30 Aberdeen Street Perth WA 6000

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