Shadow Places will be held from 26 - 29 October 2017

It is a FREE event

Arrive early to the site, bring a picnic, enjoy the sunset and see the landscape gradually change. As dark approaches around 7:30pm, the artworks will illuminate and you can wander, at your leisure, around the ten locations taking in the artworks.

We suggest leaving an hour to walk and see all of the artworks. Please wear closed in shoes and bring a torch.


Thursday 26 October

6:30pm - 9pm: Conversation Evening


This evening will feature an open conversation by artists, academics, Wiradjuri custodians and farmers on the ideas of 'Shadow Places'. 


Casey Ankers (Artist)

George Main (Curator, National Museum of Australia)

Graham Strong (Farmer)

Jeremy Smith (Director Community and Experimental Arts, Australia Council for the Arts)

Julie Montgarrett (Artist)

Michael Lyons (Wiradjuri Elder, Artist)

Peter Fraser (Artist)

The evening includes a special performance by Michael Lyons and Peter Fraser.

You are welcome to wander the artworks on this night.

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Friday 27 October

NSW Rural Women's Gathering - A Private Event for Delegates

To celebrate the NSW Rural Women's Gathering being held in Narrandera, delegates will have a private viewing of the artwork.

This night is for delegates only and not open to the public. Registration is now closed for the Gathering.



Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 October

6:30pm - 10pm: Open to the Public


Feel free to wander the site at your leisure. Enjoy free tea and snacks and soak up the atmosphere. Bring a picnic and enjoy the beautiful landscape before the sun sets and the artworks begin.

Music from 6:30pm - 7:30pm by Graham Strong.

Please wear closed in shoes and be aware that there is uneven ground. It is recommended to bring a torch.


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Free Yoga in the Art - Saturday 28 October, 7:30am


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