Interwoven Connections

Interwoven Connections is a fibre art exhibition by Parkes-based Wiradjuri artist Ronda Sharpe that explores her connections to Wiradjuri culture, country, artefacts and Mother Earth. Sharpe’s practice incorporates recycled mediums and natural fibres, combined with cultural weaving practices to explore the links between Wiradjuri culture and our current throwaway society. Interwoven Connections is a body of work that explores Sharpe’s journey of reconnecting and embracing her unspoken and lost Wiradjuri cultural identity, as she reflects on the ongoing role that cultural artefacts play in the survival and resilience of the voices of our First Nations community. Curated by Mariam Abboud.

This is a HomeGround exhibition, produced by the WPCC and supported by Orana Arts. HomeGround is sponsored by Wingewarra Dental.

4 November—14 January

Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo

Dubbo Regional Gallery - The Armati Bequest, 76 Wingewarra Street Dubbo NSW 2830