Slim Dusty Centre | Five Women Connected & Seen – Exhibition April 6th to May 21st, 2017
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Five Women Connected & Seen – Exhibition April 6th to May 21st, 2017

Five Women Connected & Seen – Exhibition April 6th to May 21st, 2017

The ‘Five Women Connected & Seen’ exhibition showcases the artworks of five mid north coast artists; Aunty Esther Quinlin, Rosalee Quinlin, Mabel Ritchie, Alison Williams and Verqelle Fisher. The artists will explore their cultural identities, as well as sharing their stories. Throughout the exhibition, and at various times, the artists will be resident in the Nulla Nulla Gallery, painting and creating their artworks. The artist’s residency in the gallery provides a wonderful opportunity for visitors and students to get connected with the artists to learn about their creative and cultural practice. The Slim Dusty Centre has partnered with the Dunghutti-Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery to bring the artists together at the Nulla Nulla Gallery at the Slim Dusty Centre for exposure to broader audiences visiting the Slim Dusty Museum also. The Five Women Connected & Seen exhibition is funded by Arts NSW under the Aboriginal Regional Arts Fund.

Yarraman by Artist Alison Williams