A contemporary place-based experience in the heart of Blacktown This November, audiences can experience Blacktown in a brand new way through performance, installation, music, film and food.
The Blacktown City Art Prize celebrates the creativity of local young people through an environmentally-themed Young Artists Prize. This section is open to 5 – 15 year olds who live or go to school in Blacktown City.
The winner of the Blacktown City Art Prize will receive $15,000. This year, the winners of the Local Artist Prize and Aboriginal Artist Prize will also have the opportunity to undertake a 3-month residency in our Main St studios.
Have you ever made your own jewellery using recycled materials? Watch this fun video and make your own wearable art inspired by Simryn Gill’s artwork Pearls.
Stitching the Sea is an ongoing program that explores climate issues affecting our Pacific communities. This program showcases the rich body of work by artists Latai Taumoepeau and Angela Tiatia.
We invited photographer and freelance journalist Abdul Hekmat to respond to Daneha (Seeds). Abdul is PhD candidate at UTS, where he explores refugee lived experiences through art and narrative writings.