Resolution: new Indigenous photomedia
10 February - 25 March 2018
This National Gallery of Australia travelling exhibition celebrates some of the most significant work made by Indigenous photographers, video and multimedia artists in the last five years. Also on display, Your Collection: Look Out and Artist Focus: Sally Bourke.
Surf lifesaving history on display!
Lake Macquarie: Living Cultures (surf lifesaving) is now on display in SEEN@SWANSEA until 1 April. This exhibition provides a great view of the history of surf lifesaving clubs in Lake Macquarie through photographs and objects sourced from Catherine Hill Bay, Caves Beach, Redhead and Swansea-Belmont Surf Lifesaving Clubs and local historical societies. SEEN@SWANSEA is located on First Floor Mezzanine 228 Pacific Highway, Swansea. Open 7 days 10am-3pm.
A Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery project coordinated by Debbie Abraham and Joanna O'Toole
image: Artist Unknown 'Caves Beach Open Boat Crew' 1960, (Winners of the 1960-61 Australian Championships), Image courtesy of the Caves Beach Surf Life Saving Club
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Wild Side: the animal in art
Our partnership touring exhibition project Wild Side: the animal in art was on display at Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo, until late 2015. Co-curated by LMCAG's Meryl Ryan and WPCC's Kent Buchanan, the exhibition considered humankind's relationship with the greater animal kingdom. Included were works from both galleries' collections, alongside loans from some of Australia's finest contemporary artists.