Great Art. Deep West.
Located inside the Wyndham Cultural Centre in the ‘West End’ cultural precinct of Werribee’s CBD, the exhibition program is curated to reflect the diverse social and cultural character of Wyndham and invites the viewer to explore new and challenging ideas.
The 2021 program offers a unique vantage point at a time of great change in our world. PINK and FLUID, our first two exhibitions in 2021; reflect changing attitudes in a world forever altered by the events of 2020. They are followed by our annual art competition and exhibition, The Wyndham Art Prize 2021, showing the best work from across Australia and further exhibitions to be announced.
Every exhibition features an ‘Artist in Conversation’ event, either an artist or curator talk, and larger exhibitions feature a range of public programming activities such as tours and workshops through the ‘Go Deeper’ engagement program.
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Getting to the Gallery
Wyndham Art Gallery is 33km from the Melbourne CBD and 43km from Geelong’s CBD.
Wyndham Art Gallery is a 10 min walk from Werribee Train Station. Currently the V-line is no longer going through Werribee. The closest V-line station is Wyndham Vale, which is a 12 min drive away.
Wyndham Art Gallery is situated inside the Wyndham Cultural Centre on Watton Street. There is street parking, a 3hr lot next door to it and an all-day lot at the end of the street.
Disabled parking is available and access to the main entrance of the Wyndham Cultural Centre is at street level. Wheelchair access is available through the main area of the gallery via a lift, but the mezzanine space currently is not wheelchair accessible.