Program

EXHIBITION
12 October – 30 September 2022

Entry Pavilion Commission

Quandamooka woman and artist Megan Cope is our inaugural Pavilion Commission artist. Cope will work in collaboration with the local Aboriginal community to create an installation celebrating language and Dreamtime stories.

EXHIBITION
8 January – 13 March 2022

Dingo Project | Curated by Djon Mundine OAM

The name 'Mittagong' (a village town of the Southern Highlands) comes from an Aboriginal word meaning 'little mountain'. Other suggested meanings are 'a companion' and 'plenty of native dogs', as the Mittagong range was home to many dingoes at one time.

In Aboriginal culture, the dingo and the possum are often humanised animal spirits that are seldom seen, with the dingo, in particular, depicted as lawless and untamed. This is why men in Arnhem Land will jokingly say to each other, 'fnhe watu', literally meaning 'you dog'. A canine, meanwhile, is a wild animal that is controlled and domesticated. How do you domesticate a wild animal? By feeding it, thereby making and keeping it dependent? A dog on a leash is constantly reminded of the length and limits it is tied to.

EVENT
21 January – 25 March 2022

Ngununggula Nights

Are you looking for something new and exciting to do on a Friday to get your weekend started? From Friday 21 January, we'll have you sorted!

Between 6pm - 9pm Ngununggula Nights, your soon to be favourite event, will offer live music, cocktails, delicious food by Hearth by Moonacres, and our exhibition will be open late!

Our Summer Music Line Up!

21 January | Beth and Blue
28 January | Harrison Graham
4 February | Ross Webb and the Rusted Tracks
11 February | Heather Shannon
18 February | Speed Dial
25 February | The Vocal Muster

We kick things off with music duo Beth and Blue, a collaboration between Sydney sweethearts Babitha and Spookyland. They combine romance and tragedy in folk songs that recall another time.

6PM - 9PM

ENTRY COST: ADULTS ($15), CONCESSION ($12), FAMILY ($35)