Exhibitions

Utopia and Flux+Flow 13/05/2023
What's On; Arts and Culture; Arts Centre


Current exhibitions


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Utopia: Painting for Peace and Cultural Wellbeing
9 March-27 April

What does peace look like in the eyes of young people?

This exhibition explores ideas around peace and wellbeing through the eyes of young people. Western Sydney artist Emmanuel Asante’s work is featured alongside artworks made by students from Liverpool Boys and Liverpool Girls High Schools at a series of workshops facilitated by the artist and supported by CuriousWorks and Western Sydney University

Where: Bankstown Arts Centre

When:  9 March-27 April


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Flux + Flow
9 March-27 April

 ground-breaking transdisciplinary exhibition, Flux + Flow uncovers the expansive creative potential of the convergence of two very different disciplines: martial arts and contemporary art. The exhibition features the varied artworks of Caroline Garcia, Kristina Mah and Michellie Jade Charvat which are deeply informed by their martial arts practice of Kali, Jeet Kune Do, Karate and Muay Thai.

Where: Art Gallery, Bankstown Arts Centre

When:  9 March-27 April

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Hero image artwork: Kristina Mah, Nature, Nurture 2024


Upcoming exhibitions

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MultiFutures

11 May-29 June

MultiFutures imagines potential worlds of tomorrow through the lenses of cultural and linguistically diverse International and Australian artists. Features multimedia artistic practices informed by AfroFuturism, Indigenous Futurism and Asian Futurism. 

Artists: Alia Ali,  Black Quantum Futurism, Edwina Green, Jane Fan, Kalanjay Dhir, Lawrence Liang and Christina Lam, Serwah Attafuah, Subash Thebe Limbu

Curator: Rachael Kiang
Creative Producer: Michael Pham 
Where: Bankstown Arts Centre, 5 Olympic Parade, Bankstown

Image: History of Tomorrow series, Serwah Attafuah.