Noongar Boodja – Indigenous art from the City of Bunbury collection - Art Collector

Graham ‘Swag’ Taylor, Peaceful Place. Courtesy: the artist and ArtGeo Gallery, Busselton

Noongar Boodja – Indigenous art from the City of Bunbury art collection provides an opportunity for a wide audience to see some of the artworks during Bussleton’s CinéfestOZ international film festival and IndigifestOZ. The works consider themes such as separation from country, memory and connection to the past in a series of vibrant artworks produced in a variety of styles by established artists such as Sandra Hill, Tillyjungoo Lance Chadd, Sharyn Egan, Laurel Nannup, Philip Hansen and Graham ‘Swag’ Taylor.

Exhibition opens: 12 August 2016
Exhibition closes: 4 September 2016
Location: ArtGeo Gallery, 7 Queen Street, Busselton, Western Australia
Contact: 08 9751 4651

About ArtGeo Gallery
In 2005 the City of Busselton purchased a heritage-listed building constructed in 1931 for the Agricultural Bank of Western Australia. This fine example of inter-war neo-classical architecture was listed on the State Heritage Register in 1999 and classified by the National Trust in 2001. The refurbished building now known as ArtGeo Gallery provides a stylish venue for exhibitions of contemporary art sourced regionally and Australia-wide.

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