• Kintyre artists - Robina Clause (left), Judith Anya Samson, and Corban Clause Williams at Martumili Artists, 2021. Photograph by Claire Martin Three women sit on the Kintyre painting as they work on it Facing off mining giants with art

    Facing off mining giants with art

    17 August 2022

    Unlikely weapons have enabled a group of Martu artists to create a powerful and plaintive appeal for the protection of their Country from the threat of uranium mining. Craig McKeough reports.

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  • Tracks We Share Contemporary Art of the Pilbara Exhibition, Ngundamurri (detail) by Juluwarlu Art Group.jpg A group of sticks, some topped with stylised masks, and all decorated with puffs of what look like dried flowers stands in front of a screen, on which is projected a view of the sky. There are silhouettes of trees and people; it looks like it's been captured between frames and the people look a little ghostly. Walking through Country together

    Walking through Country together

    1 June 2022

    “Tracks We Share” takes the viewer on a breathtaking journey through stories of the First Peoples of the Pilbara, discovers Craig McKeough.

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  • High Tide by Wendy Warrie, Acrylic on canvas, 200 x 200 cm. An abstract painting in wavy lines of shades of blue. Road tripping and mapping Country and culture

    Road tripping and mapping Country and culture

    26 August 2021

    ‘Ngardamarri’ – the latest exhibition at FORM’s Goods Shed – is a journey through the artistic and cultural heritage of Ieramugadu (Roebourne) that’s vibrant, varied and not to be missed, says Jaimi Wright.

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  • RELICS by Jackson Harvey and Alex Towler, image courtesy of Scribblers Festival and FORM, photo by Taryn Hays 9 A scene from Relics in which lego machines have been built into the boot of an old VW Beetle. The car sits on red dirt and pebbles, on which various lego machines are built. The feel of the scene is industrial and dystopian. Minifigs rule the world!

    Minifigs rule the world!

    23 March 2021

    What happens when the winners of LEGO Masters Series 2 are commissioned to create an exhibition? Ara Jansen catches up with Jackson Harvey and Alex Towler to learn about the intricate and intriguing world they’ve created at The Goods Shed.

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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio


Cleaver Street Studio