7190 Great Eastern Highway, Mundaring

Exhibitions hours Mon – Fri, 10am – 5pm, Sat - Sun, 11am - 3pm

Closed Public Holidays

T 08 9295 3991

Mundaring Arts Centre is situated in the heart of the creative hills community of Mundaring, only 40 minutes north east from the Perth CBD.


Formed in 1979 by a group of dedicated volunteers passionate about providing a focus for arts and culture in the Perth hills, MAC has remained true to its origins. MAC is a not for profit community arts organisation run by a volunteer Board, dedicated professional staff and a large group of volunteers (including voluntary committees consisting of experts in a variety of arts and culture fields). Currently a Director, Exhibition Administrator, Online Marketing Officer, Finance Administrator and volunteers deliver MAC’s programs. Curators, public program artists and additional staff are regularly employed on short-term contracts as required.


Over the years, the MAC staff, volunteers and artists have delivered a diverse range of creative arts experiences, engaging thousands of individuals of all interests and ages, annually.


MAC continues to strengthen its services, building on established connections, refining and broadening programming and engaging diverse audiences and artists from across the state, whilst providing a place where West Australian artists can demonstrate their arts practice and sell their work.






Jo Darvall: Like Water

6 April – 27 May


For ‘Like Water’, artist Jo Darvall explores WA’s water history and celebrates Darvall’s study of WA waterways, draws inspiration from the life of renowned WA artist Kathleen O’Connor and her father, engineer C.Y. O’Connor in a series of vibrant paintings and prints.


Harrison See: hysical Mindfulness of Painting

6 April – 27 May


Working in residence, emerging artist Harrison See will use his background in manufacturing and industrial design to experiment with the act of painting by attaching weights to his body to exaggerate gestures. Saturdays 11am -3pm, See invites visitors to watch him work.


Richard Woldendorp AM: Woldendorp: A Black and White Retrospective

1 June – 15 July


Pioneering aerial photographer and WA State Living Treasure, Richard Woldendorp AM, exhibits a selection of rarely seen, early black and white images which launched his long and successful career photographing the Australian landscape.


Stephanie Reisch: In Residence

1 June – 15 July


Working in residence Stephanie Reisch explores mystical and shamanistic principles as they apply to a variety of media. By manipulating biological specimens and natural forms, Reisch creates layered and rich images which hover between abstraction and entropy.



Richard Woldendorp

Black and White 56 (detail), 1960






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