Curio Gallery Celebrating NAIDOC 2020

Exhibition Dates: Now until 3 August 2020

Artworks currently on exhibition in Curio Gallery include local celebrated and emerging Aboriginal artists.

A beautiful artwork called ‘Goanna’ by Tynan Lenihan from Coomaditchie United Artists and Screen prints created, as part of a project called MIDDEN, by young Aboriginal children and their families at Bellambi are also on display.

The Midden Project is coordinated by Nin & Nate, a creative collaboration between Linda Kennedy (Yuin) and Nathan Leslie (Gamilaraay).

The Community Industry Group liaised with Aboriginal artists including Catherine Moyle, Linda Kennedy and Coomaditchie Artists to present this NAIDOC exhibition.  
 
Image 1 – 3 x artworks by Coomaditchie United Artists
* Dance of the Brolga by Alison Day
* Dragonflies by Lorraine Brown and Narelle Thomas
* Frogs by Lorraine Brown and Narelle Thomas

Image 2 – 1 x artwork
* Survival and Homecoming by Catherine Moyle 

Curio is a ‘large display windows’ gallery located on Church Street in Crown St Mall, Wollongong 

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST – CURIO GALLERY

Artists are invited to apply for ‘6 week’ exhibition opportunities at Curio Gallery between now and June 2021. Curio is a ‘large display windows’ gallery located on Church Street in Crown St Mall, Wollongong 

More information about how to apply here
Deadline for submissions is 5pm on Monday 3 August 2020

Please send all Expressions of Interest marked 
Private & Confidential to:
‘Curio Gallery’
Cultural Development
Locked Bag 8821
WOLLONGONG DC NSW 2500
Or
Email Submissions to: culturaldevelopment@wollongong.nsw.gov.au 
For further information call Sue Bessell on 4227 7599

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