A New Calibre

DADAA and Gallery Central are proud to support Ability WA to present A New Calibre, an exhibition celebrating 70 years of Ability WA proudly supporting Western Australian families.

Curated by Jennifer Amram, this exhibition presents an energetic array of paintings, digital works, sculpture, and photography by 16 leading artists from WA with a lived experience of disability.

Robert Anson, Philip Baker, Marla Bishop, Rosemary Broun, Christopher Hummel, Jane Ibbitson, Lindy Johnson, Dylan Madurun, Rene Martinson, John Morrison, Clinton Price, Mark Rae, Marie Tierney, Mandy White, Kevin Wilson and Sandra Yaxley.

Exhibition runs July 5–24, 2021

Gallery Central
12 Aberdeen Street

Gallery hours:
Weekdays: 11am-4.30pm
Saturdays: 12-2.30pm

This event is kindly sponsored by Lavan, a proudly independent Western Australian law firm.

image: Rob Anson, Self Portrait – Hidden Tiger Series, (detail), 2021, photo: Maree Laffan

The Bowling Alley

Charlie Paganin, Trinity Williams, Declan White

The Bowling Alley brings together three early career artists, Charlie Paganin, Trinity Williams and Declan White in a showcase of new directions and practices from DADAA’s next generation of artists.

Moving worlds, unique figuration, intensive patterning and brilliant colour set these artists apart. At times abstract and deeply personal, this collection of works offers a momentary glimpse into the dynamic, confident and energetic practices of artists working from DADAA’s studios.

More information here

DADAA Gallery
92 Adelaide St, Fremantle

Gallery hours Tuesday – Friday | 10am – 4pm

Image: Declan White, The Bowling Alley, 2018, ink on paper, 56 x 76.5 cm. Courtesy the artist.