Home > exhibitions > current

Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2013

13 SEPTEMBER  – 26 OCTOBER 2014

GALLERIES 1 & 2

The Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize is the richest art incentive on offer for Aboriginal artists born in or living in New South Wales.

The exhibition features works by 35 finalists communicating a rich set of themes from both the traditional and natural world to more contemporary social and political issues.

The winner of the 2013 award was Lismore-based Karla Dickens, with her work, January 26, Day of Mourning.

The exhibition also contains work by other Northern Rivers-based artists including: Lorraine Brown, Penny Evans, Albert ‘Digby’ Moran and Bevan Skinner.

Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2013 is a Campbelltown Arts Centre travelling exhibition. The tour of this exhibition is made possible by Campbelltown City Council and, Arts NSW.

Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2013 is a Campbelltown Arts Centre travelling exhibition.

The tour of this exhibition is made possible by:

           

  

  

Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art Prize is produced and presented through a partnership between the Parliament of New South Wales, Campbelltown City Council, New South Wales Government through Arts NSW, Coal & Allied and the College of Fine Arts, University of NSW.

ALSO ON

The Three Brothers Art Project

The Three Brothers Art Project

selected Bundjalung students from the six local public primary schools and Roy Gordon came together at Albert Park Public School to produce a series of paintings based on The Three Brothers Dreaming story

Upstairs Gallery
Soapbox <br/>Raposo Knight

Soapbox
Raposo Knight

Soapbox is a mixed-media installation consisting of objects, experimental sound and video components. The work is the product of Raposo Knight: a collaboration between Murwillumbah-based artists Cecile Knight and Belinda Raposo

24:7 Window
SUITCASE RUMMAGE <br/>

SUITCASE RUMMAGE

a mini scaled market with giant rewards; it promises to be everything that is a market without the hassle. Its about bringing a suitcase (or two!) filled to the brim with your goods and treats.

Read more