Artist, Denise Hedges, provided the cover design for the Glencore Reconciliation Action Plan. The reconciliation plan is the formal documentation that sets out how Glencore are proactively working with Aboriginal people and communities to ensure a better working…Read More »
Artist, Craig Layer, provided the design for a football guernsey worn by Maitland’s senior teams during a round of “reconciliation” football. The reconciliation round was played to honour and recognise the contribution of Indigenous players in the local…Read More »
This year the art trail starts in September and will run for between 6 and 10 weeks. Details are yet to be determined. Please call back soon for details of the exhibition and the venues where you will…Read More »
About UsWupa at Wanaruah is an initiative of Ungooroo Aboriginal Corporation. Wupa allows local artists to showcase their work. Wupa is made possible each year through the assistance of those venues that exhibit our work and the generosity of our sponsors. We would like to thank our sponsors who have supported us over the last ten years and allowed us to make this initiative possible.
To celebrate our 10th anniversary, we have developed…
It’s on again. This year’s art trail will…
This year our artists will be exhibiting at venues such as Hunter Valley Resort, Drayton’s Family Wines, Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley, Mercure Resort (Hunter Valley Gardens), Glandore Estate Winery, Adina Vineyard, Mercure Resort (Newcastle Airport).