The 2023 Revealed Exhibition for new and emerging WA Aboriginal Artists, returns to celebrate the creativity, ambition, and diversity of contemporary Aboriginal Art practice here in Western Australia.
The annual Revealed program – encompassing this exhibition as well as a special opening weekend celebration with Art Market (returning in-person for 2023!) and artist talks – provides a unique opportunity for Perth arts lovers to meet artists from all over this vast state and hear rich stories of culture and community. Revealed also provides an ethical avenue for purchasing original art from art centres and independent artists across the state, with 100% of profits returning directly to the participants. Featuring the work of over 100 new and emerging talents, the Revealed Exhibition is now a cornerstone of the WA arts calendar.
A generous and diverse visual feast, Revealed provides an important platform for new and emerging Aboriginal artists working across remote, regional and metropolitan WA to share their work and culture with new audiences.
Explore works which range from highly traditional to cutting edge in a range of mediums including painting, installation, textiles, photography, print, video, weaving and sculpture.
Register for the opening night
Entry to the opening of Revealed is free. To help us prepare for this event please register.
The 2023 Revealed program includes:
Sat 6 May – Sun 23 Jul 2023
Launch event: Fri 5 May 2023
A curated opportunity for new and emerging WA Aboriginal artists to exhibit work in a major exhibition presented at Fremantle Arts Centre.
Open to: Art Centres and Independent Artists.
Revealed Public Programs
Running through the exhibition period
Running through the exhibition period is a season of curator tours, artist talks and special events in the Fremantle Arts Centre grounds. View all Revealed public programs.
Revealed 2023 Art Market (in-person)
Sat 6 May 2023
We are thrilled to be returning to an in-person art market within the Fremantle Arts Centre grounds. This is an opportunity for WA Aboriginal artists to sell artwork.
The hour between 9am and 10am is quiet hour at FAC and is available on request.
Individuals, groups and families with special needs wanting to experience our exhibitions in a more relaxed, unhurried environment can request access to the galleries for an hour before they open to the public.
Please contact [email protected] or phone 08 9432 9555 for more information or to book in a time.
Cheeditha Art Group
Juluwarlu Art Group
June (Moonie) Djiagween
Kira Kiro Artists
Cynthia Yurawalla Clement
Langford Aboriginal Association
Moorditj Yoka Women’s Group
Minyma Kutjara Arts Project
Noelene Anyapa Peterman
Mowanjum Aboriginal Art and Culture Centre
Nagula Jarndu Designs
Sherena Bin Hitam
Noongar Arts Program
Papulankutja Artists Aboriginal Corporation
Jennifer Nginyaka Mitchell
Spinifex Arts Project
Milpa (digital arts collective)
Women’s Collaborative Project – Nancy Donegan, Pamela Hogan, Kendrea Hogan, Kunmanara Walker and Donna Brown
Spinifex Hill Studio
Maisie Ward Nungurrayi
Donovan Jungala Brown
Tjanpi Desert Weavers
Olive Yalpinyka Lawson
Paula Sarkaway Lyons
Tjukurba Art Gallery (Shire of Wiluna)
Waringarri Aboriginal Arts
Cathy Marawuk Binbirridj Ward
Clinton Samson Scobie
Warmun Art Centre
Eileen Joomena Bray
Patrick Mung Mung
Shailyn Mosquito Peris
Wirnda Barna Art Centre
Peter Farmer Jnr
Wendy Jean Hayden
Tour the 2022 Revealed Exhibition
Read the 2022 Revealed Exhibition New & Emerging Catalogue
Revealed is an initiative of the WA State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, and the Australian Government through the Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program.