Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

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The Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery produces and presents exhibitions of Australian and international art as well as important national touring exhibitions. The exhibition program explores a dynamic and diverse spectrum of visual arts practice.

Exhibition catalogues and publications, as well as art objects and gifts, are available for sale in the Gallery shop.

Current exhibitions

Image of a living mouse with a human ear attached


3 October - 5 December 2015

RSVP to attend the opening on Fri 2 Oct 6pm.

DeMonstrable, curated by SymbioticA Director Oron Catts with Associate Professors Jennifer Johung and Elizabeth Stephens, is an event set to commemorate, respond to, and reflect on the multifaceted cultural and scientific impact of the Earmouse.New work commissioned for this exhibition is presented together with 20 years of artistic, scientific and popular culture responses to the Earmouse.

Image: Earmouse, photo by Oron Catts.

Image of artwork titled Choices by Elizabeth Gower

OBJECT LESSONS III: Pattern Recognition

3 October - 5 December 2015

RSVP to attend the opening on Fri 2 Oct 6pm.

OBJECT LESSONS III: Pattern Recognition is the final chapter in a year-long, three-part exhibition of contemporary art from the Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art.

Pattern Recognition showcases a broad selection of ways in which Australian women artists have utilised pattern either as a surface treatment or as a sequence. Pattern is revealed to be simultaneously sensuous, structural and laden with cultural significance.

Image: Elizabeth Gower, Choices, 1986, Acrylic on paper, 53 x 42 cm, CCWA 868 (c) Courtesy the artist and Milani Galleries

Artwork from the Warmun Community


30 June - 12 December 2015

WARMUN THEN AND NOW will creatively coalesce and celebrate powerful artistic personalities of the past, including Rover Thomas and Queenie McKenzie, by bringing their work into conversation with the contemporary work of Rusty Peters, Lena Nyadbi and others.

This exhibition will illuminate the different generations, relationships and Country that inform the artistic discourse of the Warmun Art Movement, both then and now.

Featured artwork: Lena Nyadbi, Gija Language Group, Warmun Community, Jimbarla Country, etching on paper, 50 x 60cm, Berndt Collection

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Public program

In accompaniment to the current exhibitions, the Gallery hosts a range of events for the public, many of which are free to attend. For more information, visit the events page.