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Acknowledgement of Country artwork

Calling Aboriginal artists / creatives for Expressions of Interest

We are seeking expressions of interest from Aboriginal artists and creatives to produce work to be displayed at Albury LibraryMuseum.

The aim of this commission is to welcome LibraryMuseum visitors, educate visitors on Wiradjuri culture and the Aboriginal history of Albury and surrounds, create conversations, encourage connection, and acknowledge that we are on Wiradjuri Country.

We are open to different themes or stories that reflect the LibraryMuseum’s location on Wiradjuri country, using traditional or contemporary art forms and techniques, historic or contemporary cultural objects, and images.

View the Artist Brief or download below for more information including possible locations and considerations. We are here to discuss your ideas and strongly encourage you to do so prior to the submission date.


We welcome expressions of interest from any Aboriginal people who live on, work on, or connect with Wiradjuri Country.

To be considered for any of the commissions listed in this artist call out, send your submission by 5pm on Monday 31 July to including:

  • Artist biography (maximum 2 pages) including examples of previous work
  • Your name, email address, mobile number and Australian Business Number (ABN) if you have one
  • A draft written outline of your concept(s).

For more information about this project please contact:

Emma Williams
Museum Coordinator, Albury LibraryMuseum
Phone: 02 6023 8333

Kat Kitch
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Curator, Albury LibraryMuseum
Phone: 02 6023 8361

For advice and support completing your Expression of Interest please contact:

Alyce Fisher
Executive Director, Murray Arts
Phone: 0407 213 034