Join us as we welcome Pilbara artists and art center's to AGWA for a
three-day program of talks, tours, sharing, and workshops to celebrate the final weeks of the expansive
Tracks We Share: Contemporary Art of the Pilbara exhibition.
Tracks We Share: Contemporary Art of the Pilbara brings together more than 70 artists and over 190 artworks. This extraordinary body of work features the most exciting contemporary art coming out of the region while paying homage to the legacy that has informed it, offering a rare and broad-reaching insight into the region’s artistic output over the years.
The exhibition closes on Sunday 28 August, so join us on 19-21 August for an unmissable celebration of Pilbara culture with artist talks, art demonstrations and family activities.
JULUWARLU ART GROUP | ARTIST TALK
1-2pm, Friday 19 August
YINJAA-BARNI ART | ARTIST TALK
3-4pm, Friday 19 August
MARTUMILI ARTISTS | ARTIST TALK
10-11am, Saturday 20 August
ARTEFACT MAKING WITH WAYNE STEVENS | DEMONSTRATION
11.30am-1.30pm, Saturday 20 August
THE POLITICS OF CANVAS: MARTU COLLABORATION
2-3pm, Saturday 20 August
SPINIFEX HILL STUDIO | ARTIST TALK
3.30-4.30pm, Saturday 20 August
SCRATCHBOARD ETCHING WORKSHOP
3.30-4.30pm, Sunday 21 August
JULUWARLU ART GROUP | ROO & DAMPER
12.30-2.30pm, Sunday 21 August
Image credits - Tamisha Williams Untitled 2020 (detail). Giclée print on cotton rag paper, 1100 x 733mm. Courtesy of Tamisha Williams (Martumili Artists). Tracks We Share Contemporary Art of the Pilbara
at The Art Gallery of Western Australia, 2022. Photography by Sundae Studio, image courtesy of FORM. Desmond Taylor and Muuki Taylor
with the Kintyre artwork, 2021. Photograph by Duncan Wright.