Kedela wer kalyakoorl ngalak Wadjak boodjak yaak.

Today and always, we stand on the traditional land of the Whadjuk Noongar people.

Jakayu Biljabu Minyipuru (Jakukyukulyu, Seven Sisters) 2015. Acrylic on canvas, 91.5 x 91 cm. State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia. Purchased through the Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation: COVID-19 Arts Stimulus Package, 2020.

Collective Ground: Curator Evening Tour

Yamaji/Noongar curator Tui Raven has brought together Collective Ground — the first exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander works acquired through AGWA’s COVID-19 stimulus package. It explores deep time and the stories that flow through the land on which we all live — as told through the artworks of First Nations peoples across the state.

Join Guest Curator Tui Raven for an intimate and in-depth viewing of Collective Ground in this exclusive after-hours event, limited to only 25 people. Enjoy a drink on arrival and night-time viewing of Christopher Pease’s rooftop artwork  Targets at the end of your evening.

Event Timing
Drink on arrival at 6pm
Tour by Tui Raven at 6:30pm
Individual look through the exhibition from  7:30pm

Entry via main Gallery doors

More on Collective Ground 

Curator Bio

Tui Raven runs her own business as a writer, curator, and presenter and specialises in West Australian Indigenous community engagement.  Through careful planning, she aims to convey messages which are culturally responsive, culturally appropriate, culturally compatible and culturally relevant.