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Regional Arts Development Central West NSW
Showcasing Aboriginal artists

Extending our program at Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery, we take a curated selection of work by Aboriginal artists from the NSW Central West to markets and fairs, both in-person and online.

We’ll again be at the prestigious National Indigenous Art Fair June 29-30, 2024. Location: Gadigal Land Overseas Passenger Terminal, 130 Argyle St, The Rocks, NSW.

Past markets have included:
  • A stand at the National Indigenous Art Fair, Sydney (June/ July) attended by over 10,000 people across two days – 2022, 2023, 2024
  • Here Now and Always online art market of regional NSW Aboriginal artists (June and December 2023)
  • Portland STEAM Fair (October 2023)
  • Lithgow Business Expo (2023)
  • Plus promotion of an Aboriginal Art Christmas Trail (December 2023)
  • Support for pop up Aboriginal art shop at Dubbo airport (2023)
Some stats:

National Indigenous Art Fair 2023

  • 10,000 visitors to Art Fair over 2 days
  • $12,630.13 of work sold
  • 20 artists represented

Here Now and Always 2023

  • 11 artists in May campaign
  • Highest sales of all RADOs
  • 7 artists in December campaign

Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery

  • 310 days open to visitors
  • $17,049 of work sold in 2023 (140% increase from 2022)
  • 20 regular artists in 2023
  • 17,753 visitors (2023)
  • around 100,000 visitors since opening in 2014
Sell your work

For more information about how to sell your work as an Aboriginal artist through either the Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery or these kinds of events please contact Aleshia Lonsdale, Aboriginal Arts Development Officer.

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Aleshia Lonsdale
Aboriginal Arts Development Officer

When: 2022, 2023, 2024

Locations Sydney, Central West NSW, online

Arts OutWest’s Aboriginal Art Development Program is supported by the Australian Government through Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support.

Image: work by Parkes Wiradjuri artist Ronda Sharpe.