‘Warlu’ – new Indigenous art exhibition at CSU in Dubbo

13 MARCH 2019

‘Warlu’ – new Indigenous art exhibition at CSU in Dubbo

A new exhibition of Aboriginal art from Yuendumu in the Northern Territory will open at CSU in Dubbo later this month.

  • CSU exhibition of 33 Aboriginal artworks from Northern Territory
  • Six-week exhibition opens Saturday 23 March
  • First exhibition in newly-refurbished CSU space

A new exhibition of Aboriginal art from Yuendumu in the Northern Territory will open at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Dubbo later this month.

The ‘Warlu – Artists of Yuendumu Exhibition’ will open on Saturday 23 March for six weeks until Saturday 4 May.

The exhibition is curated by Mr Jack Randell and Mr Lewis Burns, and includes 33 artworks.

Campus development manager at CSU in Dubbo Mr Bart Sykes said, “This is a vibrant, exciting exhibition at Charles Sturt University in Dubbo.

“The refurbishment is demonstrates of our commitment to Yindyamarra Winhangana, the wisdom of respectfully knowing how to live well in a world worth living in.

“This is the first exhibition in the newly-renovated space, and we are excited and proud that these internationally renowned artists have chosen to exhibit here.”

Mr Sykes also noted that the University will soon call for Expressions of Interest (EoI) for other artists to exhibit in the ‘no cost, no commission’ exhibition space at the University for the 2019-2020 season.

Find out more about the artists and art of Yuendumu here: https://warlu.com/

The ‘Warlu – Artists of Yuendumu Exhibition’ opening is from 2pm to 4pm on Saturday 23 March at Charles Sturt University, 8 Tony McGrane Place, Dubbo. For catering purposes please RSVP to lamcintyre@csu.edu.au

Media contact: Bruce Andrews, 0418 669 362

Media Note: Contact CSU Media via news@csu.edu.au or Bruce Andrews on 0418 669 362 to arrange interviews.

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