About the project
'Confluence' is the term used to describe the meeting of two bodies of water. It is also an apt term to describe the aims of At the Junction of Two Rivers – the creative and social exchange of ideas.
Set in the historically significant town of Wellington NSW, at the junction of the Macquarie and Bell Rivers, this exhibition brought together regional and metropolitan artists who engaged with Wellington’s social, cultural and physical landscape during an artist-in-residence prior to the exhibition.
Each of the artists has spent time exchanging ideas with the community and exploring culturally important places, the Burrendong Botanic Garden and Arboretum, the Wellington Caves and Oxley Museum; the exhibition At the Junction of Two Rivers was the outcome of this experience.
Karla Dickens (Wiradjuri, Lismore)
Asher Milgate (Wellington, Sydney)
Raquel Ormella (Sydney)
The Ronalds (Ganmain)
Liane Rossler (Sydney)
Simon Yates (Sydney)
Curated by Holly Williams and Glenn Barkley from The Curators' Department, with Kent Buchanan from the Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo
We acknowledge and respect the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which we work.
At the Junction of Two Rivers is supported by the NSW Government through Arts NSW. We appreciate the support of the Wellington community, Orana Arts, Western Plains Cultural Centre, the Keirle Family, the Oxley Museum, Binjang Community Radio, Burrendong Botanic Garden and Arboretum.