Month: July 2022


 | Today’s throwback features a snapshot of Chief Curator, O’Neil Lawrence (right) with a guest, marveling at Archie Lindo’s ‘Irish Moss Gatherers’ c1950 at the opening reception of  Explorations IV Masculinities exhibition at National Gallery West in 2015.

#TBT | Due West 2019 Highlight

#TBT | Today’s throwback Thursday post features a snapshot of visitors viewing ‘Ophelia’s Liberation’, 2018, by Camille Chedda, who was one of the artists featured in the inaugural Due West exhibition at National Gallery West in 2019. Camille’s work explores postcolonial identify primarily through her use of traditional, disposable and construction materials. Her work explores notions of ruin, disposability and fragmentation resulting from the aftermath of colonial domination.

#MakeArtMondays | Ring Toss

Create your own little game of ring toss that uses super simple household materials. The kids will have so much fun practicing their tossing skills. If you’re looking for an easy-to-make afternoon activity that provides hours of fun, try this cardboard ring toss.


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