Fremantle Arts Centre

City of Fremantle, Western Australia
Major Exhibition Partner

Fremantle Arts Centre

John Curtin Gallery

Curtin University, Bentley, Perth
Major Exhibition Partner

John Curtin Gallery | Curtin University

Festival Venue Partners

Across the State of Western Australia, galleries, museums and community groups are organising events to align with the Craft Triennial and its themes. The 35+ venues from Port Hedland to Albany will present exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations, and talks – forming the festival program around the key exhibitions of IOTA21: Indian Ocean Craft Triennial.

A spring season of craft! IOTA21 festival venues include:

Art Gallery of Western Australia; Art Collective WA; Artitja Fine Art; Bunbury Regional Art Gallery; CASM: Contemporary Art Space Mandurah; City of Melville; City of Wanneroo; Earlyworks; Ellenbrook Arts; Gallery Central / North Metro TAFE; Gallery East; Geraldton Project / Geraldton Regional Gallery; Gwoonwardu Mia – Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre; Goolugatup Heathcote; Holmes à Court Gallery – Perth & Vasse Felix; Jewellers & Metalsmiths Group (WA) / Old Customs House; Kidogo ArtHouse; Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery; Lost Eden Gallery – Dwellingup; Midland Junction Arts Centre; Mandurah Performing Arts Centre; Mundaring Arts Centre; Nyisztor Studio; Perth Studio Potters / Burt St Gallery; PICA; Spare Parts Puppet Theatre; Southern Forest Arts; Stala Contemporary; Stirling St Arts Centre, Bunbury; The Junction Co / Courthouse Gallery, Port Hedland; WA Museums – Boola Bardip, Geraldton, Goldfields & Great Southern; York Festival & Gallery 152.

Government Partners & Community Contributors

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Festival Partner
Department of Local Government & Cultural Industries
Research and Artist Development
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
Artist Support
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Artist Support
World Craft Council Australia
Research Support

Founding Partners

A group of curators and arts managers came together with an idea at the end of 2018 and in early 2019 formed a partnership: The Indian Ocean Craft Triennial. Read more in OUR TEAM.