Madeleine Richey: Proud To Be A Binge

This exhibition continues Madeleine's dedication to learning about her Kamilaroi culture.

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Continuing her life-long dedication to learning about her Kamilaroi culture, Madeleine Richey used the 2022 Yulgilbar Travelling Fellowship to spend more time on-country learning about her familial connections to Gunimaa (mother earth) and how this determines her art practice.
Proud To Be a Binge explores her personal cultural growth during this time, with a collection of mixed media pieces featuring natural pigments, alongside materials which are more accessible when following protocols off-country such as acrylic paint and raffia.

This exhibition will be on show from 10:00am Saturday 17 February to 4:00pm Sunday 28 April.
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Image Credits:
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Madeleine Richey The Gathering 2023, (detail) ochre and acrylic on paper. Courtesy of the artist.
Homepage square Madeleine Richey The Gathering 2023, (detail) ochre and acrylic on paper. Courtesy of the artist.
Slider Madeleine Richey The Gathering 2023, (detail) ochre and acrylic on paper. Courtesy of the artist.

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