The Whitlam Institute within Western Sydney University welcomed the Premier of New South Wales, the Hon. Gladys Berejiklian MP, to open a major new exhibition curated by NSW State Archives.
Thirty lifejackets floating on an invisible ocean; a colonially-dressed monkey conducting an orchestra; and a giant discarded sock. These are just some of the weird and wonderful sculptures that will feature in the 2018 Sculpture Prize and Exhibition.
The latest masterpieces to be featured in the exhibition space at Western Sydney University’s Penrith campus denote the symbiotic relationship between art and nature.
Western Sydney University is pleased to present Liberation Prison Project - an exhibition featuring 85 original artworks by people serving custodial sentences in Australia and around the world.
The exhibition titled ‘Missing’, artfully casts shadows of large scale paper-cuts, portraying moments in time and space. Site specific installations, sculptures and cinematic projection also feature as part of the work.
To celebrate this month’s Diversity Week, Western Sydney University will become the home of a new exhibition by FAST PRINCESS, a film making collective based at the Prairiewood Cerebral Palsy Alliance.
As part of a series of Science Week activities, Western Sydney University will host the first Sydney showing of the Stem Cell Stories photography exhibition.
A new exhibition Without Consent: Australia's past adoption practices has opened at the Whitlam Institute's Margaret Whitlam Galleries in the Female Orphan School, Parramatta South campus.