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Regional Arts Development Central West NSW

Calling for Aboriginal artists, craft-makers & artisans

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Arts OutWest are currently expanding the range of products sold at our Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery at the Hartley Historic Site. We’re particularly looking for unique, contemporary items set at affordable prices.

Are you Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, First Nations?
Do you live in the NSW Central West?
Do you make art, craft or handmade items to sell?

Do you create… Textiles: bags, kids clothes, beanies, scarfs, headbands and hairclips, hand screened tea towels, knitted items, handmade textiles. Nature fibre work: weaving, bowls or patters, bags, woven animals; Artwork, prints or greeting cards; Jewellery: ear rings, beading, bracelets, brooches; or perhaps pottery, buttons and badges, handmade toy animals, carved wood items, candles, giftware…

About the Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery
• The gallery is a partnership between Arts OutWest and National Parks & Wildlife Service.
• Exclusively showcasing art of Aboriginal artists from the NSW Central West.
• Located in the visitors centre at heart of the Hartley Historic Site.
• Traditional through to contemporary works exhibited – all styles welcome.
• Three rooms of gallery space including secure display cabinets for small pieces.
• Set your own prices, get paid for your work. Items are sold on commission.
• 11,000+ visitors a year. At the junction between the Blue Mountains and the Central West.
• Open 6 days a week: 10am-4.20pm Tuesday to Sunday (closed 1pm-2pm).
• Our Aboriginal arts development program also supports musicians, film makers, dancers,
performers, writers, sharers of traditional culture and others in the Creative Industries

Contact Aleshia Lonsdale, Aboriginal Arts Development Officer, Arts OutWest
Phone: 0411 451 776
Email: alonsdale@csu.edu.au
www.facebook.com/kewyahngallery
www.artsoutwest.org.au/pf/kew-y-ahn-aboriginal-gallery/