Bedazzling Exhibition to Launch New Gallery Space

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The opening of Bedazzle – Photographing Western Australia’s Gold Towns opens on 3 March at the Goldfields Arts Centre
The Goldfields Arts Centre will be launching an exciting new gallery space on Friday 3 of March with the opening of Bedazzle – Photographing Western Australia’s Gold Towns.
The new gallery space, which is in the north wing of the Goldfields Arts Centre, adjacent to the ensemble room, will be used to exhibit community shows, sculptural exhibitions and exhibitions of the City’s art collection.
City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder CEO John Walker said the launch of the new gallery space was the first step in the Arts Centre’s plans to reinvigorate the north wing of the facility.
“The Goldfields Arts Centre is a fantastic venue with lots of potential, but also lots of space. Our new Team Leader has been looking at ways we can use the Arts Centre to create exciting and compelling spaces to draw the community back to the venue,” he said.
“The new gallery in the north wing will be really community focused, and used to showcase both traditional and contemporary art in a way that is accessible to everyone.”
The launch of the Bedazzle exhibition is a free event featuring work by Western Australian artists Thea Constantino, Rebecca Dagnall and Tarry Gill. The exhibition also offers a curator and artist talk on Sunday 5 March at 12pm. People are encouraged to RSVP both events to