Archive for the ‘Exhibitions’ Category

Tuppance - Julie Dowling

JULIE DOWLING: BIDYA GURLBARL

In collaboration with Julie Dowling and John Curtin Gallery, Yamaji Art are excited to present to you her most recent exhibition “Bidya Gurlbarl – Open Secret”. Currently exhibiting at the John Curtin Gallery the collection of works explores Dowling’ s “stories of her own First Nation family, Dowling re-presents the violence and power imbalance in […]

Arts Leadership Program

Yamaji Art believe that artist should be given as much professional development opportunities to develop not just as an artist, but as individuals. Yamaji Art Manager and emerging artists met with arts lecturer Peta Riley to discuss how Yamaji Art can partner with the local Central Regional TAFE in Geraldton to develop an arts based […]

John Forrest “another view”

Yamaji Art partnered with the State Library of WA and The Minderoo Foundation to be one of the art centres apart of “another view” of Sir John Forrest’s expedition from Geraldton to Adelaide. Yamaji Art artists created an installation using 120 kg of Salt that had been poured on top of each other to form […]

Yamaji Art attends revealed 2019

Each year we look forward to packing up and hitting the high way to attend the annual Revealed in Fremantle Western Australia. The event is a forum for artist and art centre staff to attend and receive professional development and networking opportunities. Each year the even gets larger and larger with over 45 Aboriginal art […]

“Our stories in stitches”

Yamaji Art was a successful participant of the 2017 WA regional arts summit hosted by Country Arts WA. The project seen 9 Artists and their younger family members create a series of works called “Our stories in stitches”which were exhibited at the Mandurah preforming arts centre 13th-14th October 2017 The works included the artists telling […]

IJA by Margaret Whitehurst

A Referendum for Social Change: 1967 to 2017

Yamaji Art, in partnership with Geraldton Streetwork Aboriginal Corporation and the Arts and Cultural Development Centre, recently had a successful exhibition opening called ‘Referendum for Social Change 1967 – 2017’. The exhibition explores artists response to the 1967 referendum on the 50th anniversary.  The 1967 referendum made history as Australians voted an overwhelming YES to […]