Warangesda: Deep Waters @ the Narrandera Arts Centre 14th - 24th September
If you missed seeing Warangesda: Deep Waters at the Griffith Regional Art Gallery in July you will have another chance to view this historical exhibition at the Narrandera Arts Centre from the 14th to the 24th September.
Warangesda: Deep Waters examines the history and legacy of the Warangesda Mission at Darlington Point, a significant cultural site for the Wiradjuri People. The exhibition is the result of a partnership project between Western Riverina Arts, the Griffith Regional Art Gallery and National Parks and Wildlife Service, in collaboration with the Aboriginal Medical Centre, Murrumbidgee Shire Council, Waddi Housing and Leeton & District Local Aboriginal Land Council and Youth Off the Streets.
The exhibition consists of two components: the first, driven by Western Riverina Arts, is an exhibition of contemporary art created by Aboriginal artists from across the Wiradjuri catchment. The second component, driven by National Parks and Wildlife Service, is an exhibition of historical information and relics from the Mission from various collections across the Western Riverina.
Warangesda: Deep Waters will be open to the public at the Narrandera Arts Centre, 31 Cadell Street Narrandera, from Thursday 14th September until Sunday 24th September. Opening times: Tuesday - Friday 11am - 4pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am - 3pm (Closed Mondays).
To view photos of the exhibition and opening at the Griffith Regional Art Gallery click here.