NeXmas Fundraiser Exhibition

Join us as we round off 2013 with an exhibition to celebrate the silly season and raise some coin for our 2014 Festival. In the spirit of giving, our alumni have graciously donated works for sale in this exhibition. By purchasing one of these works, you’ll give our Festival artists a little boost in 2014. […]

Abdul Abdullah in Censored

Upcoming group exhibition at Fehily Contemporary, CENSORED, examines lines of morality and the consequences of viewing explicit material in a society eager to condemn.  NWF 2012 alumnus Abdul Abdullah exhibits alongside a mix of local and international artists whose practices touch on critiques of racial vilification, political systems, sexual transgression, and sacrilege. Here, the artists can be seen as provocateurs, consciously […]

Underbelly Arts

Underbelly Arts is just around the corner with 100  of Australia’s most innovative practitioners across every discipline imaginable. For two days only, these artists take over Cockatoo Island, alongside industry and artist talks, special  programming and activities. To help you choose from all the goodness, we’ve compiled a list of our picks for Underbelly 2013! Full list of NW Artists: […]

Alumni for Underbelly Arts

Underbelly Arts have announced their complete program, featuring a whole host of  NW artists and alumni amongst 100  of Australia’s most innovative practitioners across every discipline imaginable. The artists examine the place where technology and art intersect, where ghosts and projections from generations past might lead us, and how art unfolds around us as players, viewers […]

Abdul Abdullah’s Homecoming

Presented by Fehily Contemporary and curated by NW 2012 alumi Abdul Abdullah, Homecoming brings together three artists who seek to reveal themselves through an exploration of cultural heritage. Each artist’s search for identity is marked by a sense of both the insider looking out and the outsider looking in. In Abdullah’s portrayal of Australian Muslim culture, Tada […]

GACPS Boys at Perth’s newest ARI

Interregna – a word that signifies a gap in continuity, typically designated to the interim period between shifting reigns of government – features new bodies of work by NW alumni Abdul Abdullah, Casey Ayres and Nathan Beard whose NWF 2012 work The Greater Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere was a festival highlight. Working across painting, installation, video and sculpture, Interregna marks a […]