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The Top End has always attracted artists of repute from around Australia, with many now calling the Kimberley home. Curated exclusively under the stars for the Muster, Art in the Park is an open air gallery, shining a spotlight on Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists from the region.

Meander through the park, wine glass in hand, and discover arts and photography created with various mediums. Perhaps a boab carving or a painting with gold leaf and rough diamonds will catch your eye!

Discover artworks in various mediums, while interacting direct with the creatives. Learn from Indigenous artists, as they reveal the strong cultural and spiritual links between people and country. Artworks will be available for sale.

Art in the Park is a family experience, so bring the kids along. We will have a special child friendly zone for those aged 4-15yrs.

Gates open from 3pm until 8pm, with catering available for purchase.

Getting There

The gallery will be located at the Festival Hub at Celebrity Tree Park, approximately 850m from the centre of town and a similar distance from Lakeside. Further details to be provided.

 

 

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