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In the Saddle On the Wall

Shirley Purdie

Cube 37 - Cube Gallery and White Street Light Boxes
Saturday 23 May – Saturday 27 June


Monday – Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 10am-4pm
Entry Free


Upper Primary to Secondary School education kits available.


The touring exhibition In the Saddle – On the Wall is an art and digital storytelling project that invited senior Aboriginal artists to recall their memories of station life using old and new media forms to illuminate the links between the cattle industry and the modern Indigenous art movement of the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The artists tell deeply personal stories of their lives living and working on the cattle stations through paintings and short videos. The project is a unique collaboration of five Kimberley Aboriginal owned and operated Art Centres and two ABC Open Producers, Beth Neate and Alex Smee.

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