Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre

current exhibitions

Saturday, 10 November, 2018 to Sunday, 3 February, 2019

Reko Rennie, Warriors come out to play (detail) 2016, acrylic and micaceous iron oxide on linen 150.5 x 120.5 cm. Courtesy the artist and Blackartprojects, Melbourne.

A major exhibition that brings together both Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists as they explore their connection to protecting land and country.

ARTISTS INCLUDE: Ben Quilty, Reko Rennie, Danie Mellor, Abdul Abdullah, Lionel Bowden, Tony Albert, Christian Thompson and several major artists from APY Lands including Willy Kaika Burton, Pepai Jangala Carroll, Ray Ken, Peter Mungkuri, Mumu Mike Williams and more.

Curated by artists Robert Fielding, Vincent Namitjira and Anwar Young.

Saturday, 9 February, 2019 to Monday, 22 April, 2019

Nieminy Nian, St George Girls High School, Mongolia: The Art of Living 2018 Painting.

Showcasing a selection of Higher School Certificate artworks with students experimenting across a range of media and pushing aesthetic, thematic and formal boundaries. Presented by Hazelhurst in partnership with NSW Department of Education and NSW Education Standards Authority, this exhibition includes artwork by some of New South Wales most talented young artists.Showcasing a selection of Higher School Certificate artworks with students experimenting across a range of media and pushing aesthetic, thematic and formal boundaries. Presented by Hazelhurst in partnership with NSW Department of Education and NSW Education Standards Authority, this exhibition includes artwork by some of New South Wales' most talented young artists.

Saturday, 4 May, 2019 to Sunday, 30 June, 2019

An artist initiated project that engages with the works of Australian artists and designers to create a visually sumptuous exhibition that argues for the continuing validity of local stories and responses as a way of negotiating the global and its immediate issues of increasing inequality, environmental degradation and growing intolerance.