19 November 2011 - 19 March 2010



The first major exhibition of its kind in Australia, Space invaders delves into the complex, interesting and challenging side of the contemporary Australian street art scene through more than 100 works from more than 40 artists from all over Australia. Western Plains Cultural Centre is the final and only NSW venue for this exhibition, so you’ll have to be quick to catch it!

Space Invaders is a National Gallery of Australia Exhibition.

Friday 18th November 2011
official opening: 6pm
+ curator tour

Sunday 11 December 2011
stencil day: 10am - 4pm
make your mark!

Thursday 26 January 2012
triple j hottest 100 party: 2 - 6pm
australia day @ wpcc




Saturday 19 November 2011
invade the space: 11am - 3pm
tour + mural + demos

Monday 16 - 20 January 2012
stencils/badges/zines: 10am - 4pm
workshops for all ages

Friday 17 February 2012
late night space invasion: 6 - 9pm
curator tour + live music


76 Wingewarra street Dubbo
open everyday 10am - 4pm
(closed Tuesdays)

Address:76 Wingewarra Street Dubbo NSW 2830
Phone:02 6801 4444
Fax:02 6801 4449

HaHa Ned’s head triptych 2009 stencil
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Acquired with the support of Calypso Mary Efkarpidis, 2010
© Regan Tamanui

The WPCC is a facility of Dubbo City Council


This exhibition is supported by the Contemporary Touring Initiative through Visions of Australia, an Australian Government program, and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian Government and state and territory governments. The Cultural Partner for Space invaders is NewActon Nishi and Molonglo Group.
The exhibition is also supported by Special Media Partner triple j.

The National Gallery of Australia is an Australian Government Agency


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