Kellerberrin Bush Babies Exhibition

Sunday, 16 June 2013

Key Dates:
24 June - 16 July (exhibition open)

Venue: Black Ant Gallery, Massingham St, Kellerberrin

Don’t miss a stunning exhibition of photos that celebrate the strength and resilience of Noongar families in the Eastern Wheatbelt. The Kellerberrin Bush Babies exhibition features photographs taken during CAN WA’s Bush Babies program throughout 2012, and will be on display in Kellerberrin as part of CAN WA’s NAIDOC celebrations.

The exhibition at the Black Ant Gallery features significant photographs from CAN WA's Bush Babies program, including portraits of the oldest surviving Ballardong woman, Hazel Winmar who is 96 years old; a photo featuring five generations of her family and archival photographs.

Exhibition opening times:
Monday - Tuesday

9am - 12noon 24, 25th June, 1 & 2nd July
9am - 3pm 8,9,15,16th July

Free face painting workshops during the school holidays.

The Office for the Arts, Indigenous Culture Support program funds CAN WA's Bush Babies program, which is now in it's third phase.
For more information go to

* Bush Babies refers to family members who were born on the reserves or outskirts of town.



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