The art of summer in Penrith
Get your fill of art in Penrith this summer.
You’re invited to lose yourself in the series of dreamy and thought-provoking exhibitions that make up the Penrith Regional Gallery’s Summer Series.
Dive into Undercurrents, an exhibition that explores our complex relationship with water as both an environmental and social expanse. Complementing this is South Australian artist Bridget Currie’s landmark solo exhibition, Message from the meadow. The artist has also curated a fascinating display of work from the Gallery’s collection.
Visitors to the Gallery can also enjoy, New Digs, an exhibition of artworks by No Boundaries, a group that inspires people who live with disability to experience the power of creativity.
Penrith Regional Gallery is open seven days a week, 10am to 4pm, and admission is free. The Summer Series runs until 5 March.