Scroll Top
Regional Arts Development Central West NSW

Continuing a great partnership for Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery


Arts OutWest have resigned a memorandum of understanding for another five-year partnership with National Parks and Wildlife Service for our Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery at Hartley Historic Site.

Kew-Y-Ahn sells artwork by Aboriginal artists from across the NSW Central West and in managed in partnership with NPWS: Arts OutWest curates the content, hangs work and liaises with the artists. NPWS runs the gallery and sells work on a day-to-day basis out of their Farmers Inn building.

This is such a fantastic, supportive partnership. Over 15,000 people have been through the gallery in the 22-23 financial year. In 2022 we sold over $7000 in work for local artists.

It’s open Tuesday to Sunday at 51 Old Great Western Highway Hartley (10min east of Lithgow)

1. Luke Donnelly NPWS and Kylie Shead Arts OutWest
3. Painting and baskets by Tirikee
4. paintings by @meleiscox_aboriginalart
5. Baskets by Warranha Ngumbaay