This May, aMBUSH Gallery opens its doors at Kambri, the Australian National University’s incredible new precinct, with a culturally significant inaugural exhibition, While You Were Sleeping, featuring the work of contemporary First Nations artists from across Australia.

It’s an evocative and emotional display of works across a range of art practices, including painting, illustration, photography and sculpture, from featured artists Benita Clements, Blak Douglas, Damien Shen, David Cragg, Elizabeth Close, Julie Dowling, Michael Cook, Noni Cragg, Otis Carey, Peter Hewitt, Robert Fielding, Shane ‘Mankitya’ Kookaburra, Warraba Weatherall, James Tylor and Wayne Quilliam.

‘While You Were Sleeping’ is produced and presented by aMBUSH Gallery and will run daily until Sunday, 23 June, from 10am-6pm weekdays and 11am-5pm on weekends and public holidays. Admission is free.

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Location: aMBUSH Gallery Canberra
Level 2, Building 153, Kambri Cultural Centre
The Australian National University
Acton, Canberra ACT