Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

Exhibition

Marrambang Meeting

2 - 25 May 2013

Marrambang Meeting
Perc Carter • Adam Hill• Peter Swain

Goulburn was traditionally a Meeting Place for surrounding Aboriginal peoples. In this spirit, Adam Hill from Sydney, Peter Swain from Canberra and Perc Carter from Goulburn come together in an exhibition of sculpture and 2D works including photography.

Originally trained as a graphic artist, Adam’s latest works are heading in a sculptural direction, partly inspired by his participation in GRAG’s 2011 project with Nura Warra Umer at Goulburn Correctional Centre. Peter Swain, an artist and musician works in both 2D and 3D media which includes making his own didgeridoos while Perc Carter’s photographs are portraits of members of our regional Indigenous
community.

Opening Saturday 4 May at 2pm

Floor Talk: Adam Hill Thursday 2 May at 12.30

School workshops:  Peter Swain will be runing school workshops - for more information click here

Adam Hill will be running classes at GRAG for primary students. This project is supported by Arts NSW's Country Arts Support Program, a devolved funding program administered by Regional Arts NSW and local RegionalArts Boards on belahlf of the NSW Government.

Goulburn Regional Art Gallery is supported by the Centenary of Canberra, an initiative of the ACT Government with support from the Australian Government

Perc Carter Ellis ,2012, digital photograph © carter images

 

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