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Revealed Exhibition and Marketplace

“Revealed” exhibition opens 7 April

Posted: April 6th, 2017

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An exhibition featuring Aboriginal artists from across WA will open on Friday 7 April, and will run until Sunday 21 May at the North Wing of the Fremantle Arts Centre.

More than 80 artists from the Kimberley, Pilbara, Midwest, Goldfields, Wheatbelt and Great Southern will display paintings, prints, wood carvings, textiles, weaving, and multimedia features.

On Saturday 8 April, The Revealed Art Market will also be open, with prices for the artist’s works starting at $50.

For more information about the exhibition you can visit the Fremantle Arts website here, and for details about the art market you can visit the Facebook event page here.

Perth Celebrates West Australian Aboriginal Art through Revealed Exhibition and Marketplace

Posted: April 12th, 2013

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Come down to the Revealed exhibition and marketplace in Perth this weekend for the opportunity to view and buy Aboriginal artworks directly from the artists creating them.

The Revealed exhibition presents work from new and emerging West Australian Aboriginal artists, and runs from 13 April to 4 May at the Central Institute of Technology in Northbridge.

To kick off the exhibition, the Perth Cultural Centre will come alive on Saturday 13 April with the Revealed marketplace, where visitors can both purchase art and take part in array of activities celebrating Aboriginal culture.

The State Library of WA will also be holding a free symposium in the afternoon, which explores current issues in the Indigenous art industry and highlights creativity and innovation from regional WA.

For more information on the exhibition and a list of activities taking place at the marketplace, visit www.revealed.net.au