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  1. New Work New Work Mervyn Rubuntja A solo exhibition read more
  2. Mega Fauna Sightings in Alice Springs Mega Fauna Sightings in Alice Springs Joseph Burgess Mega Fauna Sightings in Alice Springs (Pop up Exhibition) is a video installation comprising the stop motion animated Australian Mega Fauna Project's series of time based art events in Alice Springs during 2015 read more
  3. Between States Between States Theia Connell & Grace Herbert New collaborative work by Hobart-based artists Theia Connell & Grace Herbert read more
  4. Searching for Dialogue Searching for Dialogue Susan Gourley Searching for dialogue By Susan Gourley Exhibition 2 – 18 August 2017 Opening night Friday 4th August, 6 – 9 pm Searching for dialogue is an ecological, and interpretative response of belonging to a colonising culture. It... read more
  5. Belly Belly A Group Exhibition Curated by Zoya Godoroja-Prieckaerts read more
  6. Facts On The Ground Facts On The Ground A Situated Reading Group A situated reading group on ideologies of land use in a settler-colonial town, hosted by Hannah Ekin & Jorgen Doyle read more
  7. Apmere angkentye-kenhe Apmere angkentye-kenhe A place for language A major off-site collaborative social project focused on the importance of Language read more
  8. The Persuaded Landscape The Persuaded Landscape Madeline Bishop, Leela Schauble & James Langer Exhibition opens Friday 9th June, 6-9pm read more
  9. 60,000 Artists 60,000 Artists Open to the public The Arid Lands Environment Centre (ALEC) and Watch This Space (WTS) are joining forces to present a collaborative exhibition, 60,000 Artists, for World Environment Day 2017. read more
  10. Strange Careers Strange Careers Open to the public Zine Fair and Exhibition read more
  11. Gurgle Axis Gurgle Axis Brighid Fitzgerald & Debris Facility A changing sculptural exhibition by Brighid Fitzgerald & Debris Facility read more
  12. The mounds have eyes The mounds have eyes Mel Matveyeff An exhibition by current Artist in Residence, Mel Matveyeff read more