The strength, creativity and diversity of Wiradjuri artists is on display at Griffith Regional Art Gallery in their newest local Indigenous Exhibition.
Open to the public from Saturday the 7th of August until Sunday the 29th of August, the exhibition will showcase textiles, painting, sculpture and more by local Aboriginal artists.
Griffith Regional Art Gallery Coordinator Raymond Wholohan said that the exhibition was an ongoing part of the gallery's commitment to showcase the work of Wiradjuri artists from the wider community.
"This exhibition also help local artist to build skills in new mediums we also hope that as in previous years the project will encourage younger artists to get involved and to create new work" Mr Wholohan said.
"We aim to represent the diversity of our community and artistic practice in our region, and to celebrate the contribution local Indigenous artists make to our region's diverse cultural landscape."
Lyllardya Briggs-Houston, Victoria Collins, Cory McKenzie, William Carter, Tynelka Powell and Joyce Hampton are just some of the local artists participating.
More will be confirmed closer to the official opening of the exhibition.
For more information on the exhibition, and other exhibitions and events that the gallery is hosting, you can head here.
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