Category Archives: Aboriginal Arts

Arts OutWest runs a dynamic Aboriginal Arts program across the NSW Central West. The program supports the development and professional opportunities of Aboriginal artists across all art forms and levels.
Recent projects include Spread the Word, Creative Lab and the Marramarra showcases. Arts OutWest also co-manages the Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal art gallery at Hartley Historic Site (with National Parks and Wildlife Service).

Calling for Aboriginal artists

Calling for Aboriginal artists

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Arts and funding opportunities, Featured, Kew-y-Ahn Gallery, Projects .

Exhibition opportunities are now open at our Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery near Lithgow. And not just for painters – also jewellers, weavers, textile artists, potters, wood carvers and more. Read the Full article

Arts & health: Wiradjuri signage program expands

Arts & health: Wiradjuri signage program expands

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Arts & Health, In Hospitals, Lachlan Health Service Culture & Arts Program, Projects .

The award winning Wiradjuri language signage at Parkes and Forbes hospitals will now be rolled out to other hospitals in inland NSW, in local Aboriginal languages.  Read the Full article

Bev Coe at Kew-Y-Ahn

Bev Coe at Kew-Y-Ahn

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Kew-y-Ahn Gallery, Projects .

The feature exhibition at our Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Art Gallery at Hartley is the work of respected Wiradjuri fibre artist Bev Coe and the Wiradjuri Fibre Artists of Condoblin. Read the Full article

Flags for NAIDOC

Flags for NAIDOC

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Arts & Health, In Hospitals, Projects .

For Bathurst’s NAIDOC celebrations (September 19-24) Arts OutWest coordinated the creation of colourful new flags and banners for Bathurst Hospital. Read the Full article

Painting with respect

Painting with respect

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Kew-y-Ahn Gallery .

Wiradjuri artist Nyree (Ngaire) Reynolds has opened ‘Yindyamarra’, a new exhibition of her paintings, at the Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery. Read the Full article