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Why book with ART ON THE MOVE?

For venues, receiving an ART ON THE MOVE exhibition can:

  • Streamline and relieve internal processes and workloads
  • Introduce your audiences to new artists, mediums or ideas
  • Introduce new audiences to your organisation
  • Augment and support your existing programs, resources and professional development

    … and more!

Every ART ON THE MOVE exhibition comes crated and packaged to museum quality standards, and is accompanied with resources and support with logistics, installation, and marketing. We also work with your venue to identify, develop and deliver learning and engagement programs for your local community.

Jila Kujarra: Two Snakes Dreaming. Image by Amelia Blanco.

I loved having the artists in Hedland telling the audiences about their own experiences. It adds a personal touch to the exhibitions and creates a deeper connection between the artists and the community. I was thoroughly impressed by the seamless execution of the public program. I can’t say enough about how fantastic it was to work with the ART ON THE MOVE crew.

Valeria Scoponi, Regional Manager
The Courthouse Gallery, Port Hedland
on Jila Kujarra: Two Snakes Dreaming

2023 – 2025 Touring Exhibitions

Interested in hosting an ART ON THE MOVE touring exhibition? Expressions of interest are open now for our new exhibition touring program, available from August 2023 2025.

View the exhibitions below, and click through for more information including installation scale and cost.

Bruno Booth, Jam Jam, 2021. Image courtesy the artist.

Feline Good. Howabout Body Shots?
Bruno Booth

Bringing together two major works by Bruno Booth, offering insight into the multidisciplinary practice of a significant Western Australian artist. 

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Desmond Taylor and Mariaan Pugh, Niminjarra Resting, 2022. Image courtesy Mariaan Pugh

Jila Kujarra: Two Snakes Dreaming
Desmond Taylor and Mariaan Pugh

An exciting cross-cultural collaboration between Warnman artist Desmond Taylor and Boorloo-based textiles practitioner Mariaan Pugh, commissioned by Fremantle Arts Centre in partnership with Martumili Artists. Taylor and Pugh have worked together to transform Taylor’s Niminjarra paintings, usually seen on canvas or paper, into highly tactile works, animating the important Niminjarra Jukurrpa (Dreaming)

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Tineke van der Eecken, Regeneration, 2021. Image courtesy the artist

Tineke van der Eecken

Explores the fibres of flora, fauna, and human systems. Including jewellery, small fine metal sculptures, and objects formed by corrosion casting, a process by which soft plastics are injected into animal organs and other biological systems to form moulds of internal spaces. 

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Nyaparu (William) Gardiner, Strelley Mob II, 2017. Image courtesy of FORM and Spinifex Hill Studio

He is Myself: The Art of Nyaparu (William) Gardiner

Available until May 2024. He is Myself: The Art of Nyaparu (William) Gardiner presents more than 50 artworks created by Mr. Gardiner during the last four years of his life at Spinifex Hill Studio in South Hedland, including many previously unseen works.

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Venue: Expressions of Interest

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