Keep the Fire Burning: A Three Nations Exhibition

Come and witness to the awesome talent of First Nations Artists here on the Mid North Coast of NSW.

The Three Nations annual exhibition is shared between three Indigenous Art Galleries: Dunghutti Ngaku in Kempsey, Armidale Aboriginal Art Gallery and Keeping Place in Armidale and Wadjar Regional Indigenous Gallery in Corindi Beach.

Showcasing the works of ten talented First Nations Artists, the Exhibition will open at Wadjar Gallery, Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre.

Light refreshments will be provided for the opening.

The programs and exhibitions are made possible with the continued support of Create NSW.

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