Curator and Aboriginal artist Janet Bromley has come up with an apt title for the latest exhibition to be held at Arnold Street Gallery, Womnjeka which means welcome in Kulin Nation language.
The exhibition will showcase works by the following Bendigo and Regional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists: Ian Clark, Suze Radford, Paul Chapman, Georgina Riseley, Peta Hudson, Tashara Roberts, Trina Dalton-Oogjes, Anne Conway and Bek Saltmarsh.
Janet Bromley has invited Troy Firebrace to launch the exhibition on Saturday, between 2pm and 4pm.
Troy is a young Aboriginal artist from Shepparton who is well known in Bendigo for his flourishing art practice and his work in education.
He studied Creative Art at La Trobe University and runs various workshops relating to selling art and framing for artists in Bendigo.
Throughout the exhibition several events will be held, including a circle weaving workshop with Di Turner and a curator’s talk by Janet Bromley.
The exhibition runs until September 7.
For further information contact the Arnold Street Gallery via www.arnoldstreetgallery.com