Mundaring Arts Centre presents Habits of Horses, a community arts project celebrating the historical and cultural significance of the relationship between humans and horses.
The project brings curated exhibitions with works by international and nationally recognised artists together with community artists.
These run alongside an impressive line-up of workshops, events and a community Open Day.
At the centre of the project is the Habits of Horses: Serious Horsing Around exhibition which brings together some of WA’s most exciting contemporary artists: Madeleine Clear, Marcia Espinosa, Indra Geidans, Jan Griffiths, Tony Jones, Paul Kaptein, Theo Koning, Matt McVeigh, Andrew Nicholls, Anna Louise Richardson, Sue Starcken and Yuko Takahashi.
These artists respond to the role horses played in the countries of their forefathers and present diverse interpretations ranging between sculptural, life-sized and two-dimensional artworks.
The exhibition is on show in the Mundaring Arts Centre’s Gallery 1.
For full project information, visit http://www.mundaringartscentre.com.au/habits-of-horses/ or call 9295 3991.
Entry is free to the Mundaring Arts Centre which is located at 7190 Great Eastern Highway (corner Nichol St) in the heart of Mundaring.
The Gallery is open Tuesday – Friday 10am-5pm and Sat-Sun 11am-3pm (closed Mondays and Public Holidays).