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Opening night Warlayirti: The Art of Balgo & Garnkiny: Constellations of Meaning

RMIT Gallery’s two distinct exhibitions of Indigenous art from remote Western Australia attracted a capacity audience when they were opened by Tony Ellwood, Director of the National Gallery of Victoria. The works provided audiences with the opportunity to see two distinct approaches to art from similar areas.

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Mitchell Forrester, filming

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