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Mundaring Arts Centre

Formed in 1979 by a group of dedicated volunteers passionate about providing a focus for arts and culture in the Perth hills, Mundaring Arts Centre (MAC) has remained true to its origins.

Over the years, the MAC staff, volunteers and artists have delivered a diverse range of creative arts experiences, annually engaging thousands of individuals of all interests and ages.

MAC’s two venues (Mundaring and Midland Junction Arts Centre) feature new exhibitions bi-monthly and showcase the cultural offerings of exceptional local artists and craftspeople. MAC also presents a range of community projects, workshops and cultural events at the arts centres, local schools and in the wider hills community.

A not-for-profit community arts organisation, MAC is run by a volunteer management committee, dedicated professional staff and a large group of passionate volunteers. MAC provides arts leadership, advocacy for West Australian artists and cultural advisory services for individuals and organisations.

Mundaring Arts Centre

7190 Great Eastern Highway, Mundaring

08 9295 3991

Tues to Fri 10am–5pm, and Sat and Sun 11am–3pm.
Closed Mon & Public Holidays.

Mundaring Arts Centre

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Inside Kirtika Kain’s Sydney apartment, and now studio

Kirtika Kain’s Western Sydney apartment on Dharug Country is crowded with boxes of materials and new canvases. She came back from a residency in Italy in late 2022 and since then she’s been living alongside her work, preparing for her solo exhibition at Roslyn Oxley9 and for the Biennale of Sydney next year. The cohabitation has been intense and sometimes messy, but Kain says studio life is teaching her new confidence.

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