With over 150 people in attendance at Wupa’s 10th anniversary opening night, and over 100 pieces of local Aboriginal art work on display, this year proved to be one of our best opening nights in the long history of Wupa. With consistent hard work and support from industry (this year support was provided by MACH Energy and Glencore), WUPA has developed and matured into a major platform for launching local Aboriginal artists in the Hunter Valley, and for showcasing the work of existing artists. With the idyllic backdrops of the Pokolbin and Broke region, the art has now been distributed throughout the wine country region to various wineries and cellar doors – creating an Aboriginal art trail for everyone to enjoy inclusively. The artwork will be on display in the following venues until 31 May 2019. If you would like any further information on the art trail please download our brochure.