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.
Jane Giblin – a Tasmania-based artist and winner of the 2016 Blacktown City Art Prize – offers advice to artists who are thinking about entering the Blacktown City Art Prize this year.
Naomi Grant – a Perth-based artist and winner of the 2017 Aboriginal Artist Prize – offers advice to artists who are thinking about entering the Blacktown City Art Prize this year.
We are exploring new ways of connecting with our community, and ways for our community to connect with each other. For the first time ever, we are offering complimentary “tweet seats” to an event – the Sitaraha preview.
Internationally acclaimed, Blacktown-based artist Khadim Ali is exhibiting new work in our current exhibition Daneha. In this interview, he reflects on his journey as a Hazara artist living and working in Blacktown.