Gallery 369’s current exhibition showcases some of the best Indigenous art in Australia.
Provenance Does Matter II is presented in partnership with Fitzroy’s Alcaston Gallery Melbourne and runs until October 8.
It includes work by Sally Gabori who recently had some of her work added to Bendigo Art Gallery’s permanent collection.
Exhibition coordinator James Dunn said anothe highlight of the exhibition was the ceramics produced by the Hermannsburg Potters.
“They are fabulous and a must see for anyone interested in hand built ceramics made by using a rolled coil process,” he said.
“Younger Indigenous artists such as performance and visual artist Jaye Early and new media artist Katrina Barber also feature in the exhibition and have been very popular with visitors to the exhibition so far.”
The exhibition has proved so popular that Gallery 369 has host more than 100 VCE students who visited as part of their studio arts subject requirements.
“It was wonderful to talk to so many students about how the exhibitions are curated and what work and planning happens behind the scenes to make a show successful,” Mr Dunn said.
“Having recently become a member with Bendigo Tourism, we hope to see visitor numbers continue to grow.”