‘The Artists’ Camp Retrospective’
For the first time ever, NCCA will be live streaming the opening so that the exhibition is immediately opened to people who are not able to attend, either due to COVID 19 or otherwise. This exhibition will be a truly “Virtual and Active” experience!
In a protracted time of social isolation and with our international borders likely to be closed for the rest of the year and probably beyond, the NCCA is responding by holding the Artists’ Camp Retrospective Exhibition. The very successful Artists’ Camp art and cultural engagement project which saw leading Indonesian artists come to the Northern Territory of Australia in 2011-16 and travel across the Territory interpreting landscape and Aboriginal Cultural. Great works of art and excellent art and cultural engagement with Indonesia was the result. Through art, we can still have a very positive ongoing engagement with Bali and Indonesia.
We acknowledge and thank the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), for their sponsorship of this exhibition and their understanding of the importance of art and cultural exchange in celebrating ongoing Indonesian-Australian relations.
Supported by Federal Member for Solomon, Luke Gosling OMP MP.
Full exhibition details (social distancing protocols in place)
Location: Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Vimy Lane, Parap NT
Opening night event: 6-8 pm Friday 24 July 2020
Exhibition dates: Friday 24 July – Saturday 22 August 2020
Exhibition hours: Wed-Fri 10am – 4pm, Sat 10am-2pm, or by appointment
Vimy Lane, Parap
tel + 61 8 8981 5368
PO Box 82, Parap NT 0820
Installation / Bill Davies (contract)
Wed-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 9am-2pm, or by appointment
(closed on public holidays)