- 177 Watton Street, Werribee, VIC 3030
- 8734 6021
- Mon - Fri: 9am till 4.30pm
- Sat & Sun: 11am till 4pm
Wyndham Art Gallery – great art in the deep west.
Wyndham Art Gallery is a council owned and run gallery in the City of Wyndham. Over the last 11 years it has offered a curated program that reflects the diverse social and cultural character of Wyndham and invites the viewer to explore new and challenging ideas.
Its programs and projects allow the diverse community of Wyndham to see themselves reflected back, providing a safe space for people of all cultures, genders and abilities to participate in what the gallery offers. Underlying these considerations is the ongoing commitment in the gallery to centre First Nations people, culture and knowledge and expand our community’s connection to place, generating a sense of belonging in our community, learning from Indigenous ways of relating to people and place.
Wyndham Art Gallery often invites guest curators to work on specific themes acknowledging that not all voices are equally heard.
Wyndham Art Gallery’s exhibition program is curated to reflect the diverse social and cultural character of Wyndham and invites the viewer to explore new and challenging ideas.
Every exhibition features an ‘Artist in Conversation’, an artist or curator talk, and larger exhibitions feature a range of activities such as tours and workshops through the ‘Go Deeper’ engagement program.
In 2021, Wyndham Art Gallery celebrated ten years of programming with a beautifully designed publication co-published with Black Ink and a dedicated microsite by Forde + Nicol. This celebration is title DECADE 2011-2021.
Check out the gallery 2023 program
IWARA a solo exhibition by Robert Fielding Curated by David Hagger
2023 Wyndham Art Prize
The UNIFORM exhibition looked at the body as architecture, a site for response, interpretation and expression.
DECADE 2011 - 2021
Wyndham Art Gallery celebrates ten years of programming in its small but ambitious gallery with a beautifully designed publication co-published with Black Ink and a dedicated microsite............