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Revealed is an annual program that provides rare public exposure to new and emerging Aboriginal artists from all over the state, and is presented at FAC for the first time in 2016.

Revealed comprises an art market, exhibition and symposium and features artists from more than 20 WA Aboriginal art centres, many in very remote locations.

The exhibition showcases the diversity of the best new and emerging WA Aboriginal artists while the art market also includes work from established artists. Both are an opportunity for the public to purchase directly from these Aboriginal-owned art centres.

The program also provides art workshops and professional development sessions at FAC for the artists and art centre staff.

Revealed is an initiative of the WA State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts; and the Australian Government through the Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program.

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Participating Art Centres

  1. Waringarri Aboriginal Art, Kununurra
  2. Warmun Art Centre, Warmun
  3. Mowanjum Aboriginal Art & Culture Centre, Derby
  4. Nagula Jarndu, Broome
  5. Mangkaja Arts, Fitzroy Crossing
  6. Marnin Studio, Fitzroy Crossing
  7. Yarliyil Art Centre, Halls Creek
  8. Warlayirti Artists, Balgo
  9. Spinifex Hill Artists, Port Hedland
  10. Roebourne Art Group, Roebourne
  11. Martumili Artists, Newman
  12. Tjarlirli Art, Tjukurla
  13. Warakurna and Kayili Artists, Warakurna
  14. Maruku Arts and Craft, Uluru NT*
  15. Tjanpi Desert Weavers, Alice Springs NT*
  16. Papulankutja Artists, Blackstone
  17. Tjukurba Art Gallery, Wiluna
  18. Wirnda Barna Artists, Mount Magnet
  19. Laverton Leonora Cross Cultural Centre, Laverton
  20. Yamaji Art, Geraldton
  21. Walkatjurra Cultural Centre, Laverton
  22. Spinifex Arts Project, Tjuntjunjarra
  23. DADAA, Midland
  24. As We Are, Fremantle
  25. Walyalup Cultural Centre, Fremantle
  26. Mungart Boodja Art Centre, Albany

*Maruku Arts and Crafts and Tjanpi Desert Weavers work with artists across Western Australia and the Northern Territory

Top image: Nyarrie Morgan, Newman. Photo by Carly Day, Martumili Artists. Troopy artworks: Pukina Burton, Jimarri (detail), 2012, acrylic on canvas, 122 x 71cm; Kumpaya Girgiba, Jurnu near Kunawarritji (detail), 2012, acrylic on linen, 91 x 91cm

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