‘ngaratya’ opens at Broken Hill City Art Gallery with outstanding review


We were absolutely buzzing with excitement to attend the highly anticipated opening of ‘ngaratya (together, us group, all in it together)’ at the Broken Hill City Art Gallery recently, as part of the national tour of this significant exhibition.

‘ngaratya (together, us group, all in it together)’ brings together six Barkandji/Barkindji artists: Nici Cumpston, Zena Cumpston, David Doyle, Kent Morris, Adrianne Semmens and Raymond Zada.

Featuring soundscape, moving image, screendance, carving, weaving, printmaking and photography, this exhibition offers a warm invitation into Barkandji/Barkindji Country and belonging.

We are delighted to advise that the exhibition has been reviewed on Memo Review by Nikita Vanderbyl here.

‘ngaratya (together, us group, all in it together)’ is a Bunjil Place Gallery exhibition, curated by Nici Cumpston and Zena Cumpston, touring with NETS Victoria.

‘ngaratya (together, us group, all in it together)’ is on show at Broken Hill City Art Gallery until 28 July.

Explore the digital catalogue here.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government’s Visions of Australia program and has received development assistance from NETS Victoria’s Exhibition Development Fund, supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.

Image credit: Courtesy Broken Hill City Art Gallery. Photograph: Priscilla McIntosh

Image description: six of the artists and two guests smiling into the camera in front of black and white framed artworks.