Image: Left: Lorna Dawson, Champagne Glass, 2019, acrylic on canvas, 45.5 x 35.5cm. Right: Lorna Dawson, Campaign Glass (detail), 2019. Image courtesy of Spinifex Hill Studio

Exhibition opening cancelled

19 March – In a measure to safeguard public health, the City of Fremantle has decided to close Fremantle Arts Centre, the Moores Building Gallery and other services from Monday 23 March until further notice. The Revealed Exhibition will therefore not be opening as scheduled on Friday 3 April. A catalogue of the exhibition and details about how to purchase works will be released shortly.


14 March – Following the Federal Government’s 13 March announcement on COVID-19 and the ban on public gatherings of more than 500 people we are compelled to make changes to this year’s Revealed program.

After discussion with the Department of Local Government, Sports and Cultural Industries, FAC advises that the Revealed Art Market (3 & 4 April) and the Revealed Exhibition Opening Night Event (2 April) have been cancelled.

The Revealed Exhibition will continue as scheduled and will be open to the public from Friday 3 April, with works in the exhibition for sale.

The Revealed Professional Development Program has also been cancelled.

The cancellation of the Art Market will result in a significant loss of income to WA’s 25 Aboriginal Art Centres and independent Aboriginal artists. FAC will participate in discussions with the key stakeholders to identify other practical alternative sales opportunities that may be available.

FAC will also discuss with DLGSC and the sector alternative ways Revealed’s successful Professional Development program for artists in particular, might be delivered in 2020.

FAC will provide regular updates as plans develop.


The Revealed Exhibition showcases over 100 of the best new and emerging Aboriginal artists from WA’s remote and regional art centres, as well as independent and Noongar artists from metropolitan Perth and the South West. The works span a breadth of styles and mediums including painting, installation, video, textiles, photography, print media, jewellery, carving and sculpture.

All works in the exhibition are for sale. Purchasing works from the show is a great way to celebrate and support the next generation of WA’s Aboriginal artists.

Exhibiting Artists

Artgold, Kalgoorlie

Belinda Dimer | Milton Hansen | Carol Lundy Thompson | Edie Ulrich-Buodoon

Independent Artists, Perth

Rory Charles | Buffie Corunna | Shandell Cummings | Peter Farmer Jnr | Odiya Pilot | Samuel Pilot-Kickett | Dougie Powers | Azmara Summers | Julianne Wade | Tyrown Waigana  | Wiló

Independent Artists, South West

Tahlia Bennell | John Sara

Juluwarlu Artists’ Group, Roebourne

Wendy Hubert | Denice Kelly | Biju Tenellia Lockyer | Joelene O’Meara | Mitchell Tigan | Sharona Walker | Kim Whalebone | Alison Woodley | Wimiya Woodley

Kira Kiro Arts Project, Kalumburu

Veronica Djanghara | Matilda Oxtoby

Ku-arlu Mangaa (Northampton Old School Community Initiative), Northampton

Colleen Drage | Mauretta Drage | Beverley Peck | Leanne Peck

Langford Aboriginal Association, Perth

Jill B Abdullah | Priscilla Bradley | Catherine Bynder | Raelee Cook | Shirley Harris | Norma Morrison | Robyn Mudaliar | Anne Oxenham | Leonie Pickett | Marie Pryor | Marie Rawson | Beverley Riley | Angela Ryder | Addella May Ryder-Bartley | Lennett Sandy | Sharon Turner | In collaboration with Susie Vickery

Mangkaja Arts, Fitzroy Crossing

Margaret Albert | Natalie Davey | Navarone Nargoodah | Amy Palmer

Martumili Artists, Newman

Derrick Butt | Lorna Linmurra | Helen Samson | Desmond Taylor | Tamisha Williams

Maruku Arts & Crafts, Uluru

Ruth Bates | Katie Brown | Nancy Carnegie | Lena Dawson | Chriselda Farmer | Sally Anne Foster | Lillian Golding | Elizabeth Holland | Melissa Holland | Adele Jennings | Angaliya Mitchell | Prudence Mitchell | Debbie Nelson | Donna Porter | Corinne Shepard  | Delilah Shepard | Lynette Smith | Debra West | Jodie West

Minyma Kutjara Arts Project, Wingellina

Lynette Brown | Roma Peterman Butler | Sally Foster | Maureen Nelson

Mowanjum Aboriginal Art & Culture Centre, Derby

Curtis Barunga | Malcolm Jungine

Nagula Jarndu Women’s Art & Resource Centre, Broome

Nikita Drummond | Amanda Rose Lee

Ninuku Arts, Kalka Community

Selinda Davidson | Judy Miller | Rita Watson | Cassaria Young-Hogan

Spinifex Hill Artists, Port Hedland

Lorna Dawson | Gideon Gardiner

Tjanpi Desert Weavers, Alice Springs

Judith Yinyika Chambers | Nora Nginana Davidson | Janet Forbes | Joyce Deandra James | Jennifer Mitchell | Eliza Munroe | Winifred Reid | Paula Sarkaway Lyons | Amy Yilpi

Tjarlirli Art, Tjukurla

Nola Bennett | Adam Butler | Sally Butler | Henry Farmer | Julieanne Farmer | Jilian Giles | Myra Giles | Martha Protty

Tjukurba Art Gallery, Wiluna

Margaret Anderson | Marcia Ashwin

Wangaba Roebourne Art Group, Roebourne

Dinah Injie | Cliff Samson | Kathy Samson

Warakurna & Kayili Artists, Warakurna

Donald Ferguson | Elaine Lane | Freida Lane

Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Delany Griffiths | Nathan Thomas

Warlayirti Artists, Kununurra

Amanda Lewis | Dulcie Nanala | Vincent Nanala

Warmun Art Centre, Warmun

Marika Mung | Eddie Nulgit | Madelene Purdie

Wirnda Barna Art Centre, Mount Magnet

Laurie Little | Margaret Simpson

Yamaji Art, Geraldton

Roni Jones

Yinjaa Barni Art, Roebourne

Dawn Sandy | Nina Smith

Artist Talks

A series of relaxed, informative artist talks will take place in late May, with many of the exhibiting artists taking part. Check back soon for more details.

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