Come along and celebrate First Nations art + design

In collaboration with the Aboriginal Art Centre Hub of WA (AACHWA), the Revealed Art Market returns to the Fremantle Arts Centre front garden in 2024, showcasing WA’s best new, emerging, and established artists from remote and regional art centers as well as independent artists.

The Revealed Aboriginal Art Market is the best place to discover and invest in artworks by First Nation rising stars. Expect to see over 30 stalls from art centres and artists across WA, artist talks in the galleries and delicious food and coffee vendors to enjoy. The Revealed Exhibition and Art Market provides an ethical avenue for purchasing original art from art centres and independent artists across the state, with profits returned directly to the participants.

With stalls selling original First Nations artworks including painting, textiles, jewellery, ceramics and carved artefacts at a range of price points, there is something for every art lover or budding collector.

This is one of our most anticipated events and not to be missed!


Aboriginal Art Centre Hub of WA
Wirnda Barna Art Centre
Mangkaja Arts
Yinjaa-Barni Art
Robyn Jean Photography
Cheeditha Art Group
Jacinta Taylor
Ingarlgalandij Art & Culture Hub
Ku’arlu Mangga (Good Nest) Art Centre
Yamaji Art
HOOSH Designs
Spinifex Hill Studio
Warlayirti Artists
Nagula Jarndu Designs
Tjukurba Art Gallery
Tjarlirli and Kaltukatjara Art
Indigenous Art Code
Yarliyil Art Centre – Halls Creek
Veens Designs Art
Juluwarlu Art Group
Papulankutja Artists
Waringarri Arts and Kira Kiro Artists
Mowanjum Art and Culture
Tjanpi Desert Weavers
Patterns of nature
Warakurna Art Centre
ANKA – Arnhem, Northern & Kimberley Artists Aboriginal Corporation

2024 Revealed Exhibition

Most works within the Revealed Exhibition are for sale. Don’t miss Opening Night, Thursday 9 May at 6pm for your chance to purchase work chosen by our expert selection panel; JD Penangke, Michael Bonner, Stephen Gilchrist and Zali Morgan. 

Revealed is supported by 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.