Carrolup Exhibitions

The Herbert Mayer Collection of Carrolup Artwork is a unique collection of artworks created by Aboriginal children of the Stolen Generations in the 1940s at the Carrolup Native Settlement in Western Australia.

Since their return to Country in 2013, the Carrolup artworks and their significant legacy, has been shared with the community through exhibitions and engagement programs.

Current Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions

Koolark Koort Koorliny (Heart Coming Home)

2014 Albany, Great Southern Regional Tour

Revel Cooper

2014 John Curtin Gallery

…remembering Carrolup

2015 John Curtin Gallery

Koolark Korl Kadjan (Spiritual Return Home)

2015 Katanning, Great Southern Regional Tour

Bella Kelly Retrospective

2015 John Curtin Gallery

Parnell Dempster, Down to drink c1949, pastel on paper, 585mm × 760mm
Elisha Jacobs Smith smoking ceremony, Photo-by-Brad-Coleman
Barry Loo, Bounding for Home c1950, watercolour and black ink on paper, 302mm × 505mm
Once known child artist, The take off? c1949, pastel on paper, 280mm × 385mm
Once known child artist, The Golden Road c1949, pastel on paper, 280mm × 385mm
Revel Cooper, Untitled c1949, Pastel on paper, 183mm x 247mm
Edith De Giambattista and Noelene White inside the former Carrolup Native Settlement School
Barry Loo, At Bay c1949, Oil Pastel on board, 751mm x 1105mm
Bella Kelly, Untitled Christmas Trees