We pay our respects to the Dharawal people who are the traditional custodians of the land, whose deepening connection to culture and customs have cared for this country for over 60,000 years. We acknowledge Elders past, present and emerging for their immense spiritual connection to place which was never ceded.

Dharawal land has always been recognised as a meeting place for people from other lands, and in this spirit we respectfully continue this tradition through the bringing together of our communities through arts and culture.

Always was and Always will be Aboriginal land.  

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Imogen Jade

Photo by Garry Trinh

Imogen Jade’s paintings are populated with cocktails, unicorns, butterflies and the inside of cabinets. Jade has a keen interest in glitz, pop culture and 90s sitcoms, like Seinfeld, Will and Grace and The Nanny. She is preparing to perform a 96 hour work involving a mechanical slide and her mother, taking on the personas of television characters. In 2018, she partnered with Shopfront Theatre to transform the cafe at Lurnea High School with a large mural and helped C-A-C celebrate their 30th Anniversary with ‘Creamy Bar’, a cocktail bar filled with custom recipes. ‘Creamy Bar’ also featured at Sydney Contemporary (2019) and the opening night of Justene William’s She Conjured the Clouds (2020). Recently Jade collaborated with artist Jessica Pound on amenity screens at Campbelltown’s Eagle Farm Park and was commissioned to create sidewalk light designs as part of Campbelltown City Council’s On Q Queen Street Activation.