64 Wittenoom St, Bunbury

Gallery Hours: Open 7 Days 10am-4pm

Free Admission

T 08 9792 7323

www.brag.org.au

artgallery@bunbury.wa.gov.au

BUNBURY REGIONAL ART GALLERIES
Mudlark (Jilinbirri) Metals 14 April – 27 May Mudlark (Jilinbirri) Metals is a delicate and intricate body of work that captures detailed woven designs and represents a traditional Aboriginal craft in metal. This exhibition showcases the work of the Jilinbirri Weavers in a contemporary art form, and brings to life the Aboriginal artists’ sense of community and cultural heritage. ART ON THE MOVE presents this exciting, contemporary exhibition and will be touring these intricate works throughout Australia. WAnt 28 April – 24 June WAnt: contemporary jewellery from WA and the companion exhibition The Mentors present a diverse and exciting range of contemporary jewellery from some of the finest practitioners in Western Australia, many of whom regularly show overseas. They showcase an exciting range of works by members of the Jewellers & Metalsmiths Group of Australia (WA) Helen Seiver - Are we there yet... 26 May – 26 Aug a solo exhibition by Helen Seiver featuring new work alongside a 15 year survey of her creative practice. Seiver’s work is a carefully crafted record of the history and culture of WA She is an artist who makes a significant contribution to the cultural record of this state. Curating Connection: Art, Language & Country 2 June – 8 July Curating Connection facilitated an opportunity for the artistic development of 20 Noongar people alongside immersion in language and country. These artists were invited to a weekend at Roelands Village, which included a drawing workshop with Nalda Searles, gouache with Lance Chadd and language with Charmaine Councillor from the Noongar Boodjar Language Centre.

Avy Robinson, Bronze Basket 7, 2014-17, bronze, 39 x 101 mm

Betty McKeough, Anemone Ring, from Tales from an Octopus Garden series

Emily Hornum 23 June – 19 Aug Do you think of that when you feel lonely or sad? is a two-channel video installation by multidisciplinary artist Emily Hornum. The work’s subject is Doreen, Hornum’s Grandmother, who suffers from Alzheimer’s. While deeply personal, this exhibition is also a broader exploration of the fragility and temporality of memory that extends Hornum’s ongoing inquiry around notions of photography, new media and memory.

Helen Seiver Cloud Seed Express, 2016

found materials (detail).

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