Indigenous Exhibitions

The beauty of Red Poles is matched by the exquisite work on the walls and in the display cabinets and this McLaren Vale gallery hosts a new exhibition every six weeks.

These exhibitions may involve one or more artists working in all kinds of mediums, ranging from painting, printmaking, sculpture, jewellery and glass.

A fine selection of artists work is on display in the café and on the mezzanine level and any piece that catches your eye is available for sale. 

Current Exhibition ...



Indigenous Exhibitions at Red Poles...


May 19 to July 20, 2018

‘South Central: Stories from Desert to Coast’ – curated by KU Arts and including works by Ellen Trevorrow, Camp Coorong, Sandra Saunders, Arts Ceduna and Kumanara Ulah, Coober Pedy Art Project


July 28 to September 9, 2018 SALA Exhibition

‘Life Adventures of Micah Wenitong’ - contemporary Aboriginal artist from the Minniecon clan of the Kgippandingi peoples of South East Queensland and now living in South Australia. Paintings and prints depict stories and experiences from his life journey


September 14 to October 28, 2018 SHIMMER Photographic Biennale Exhibition

‘Two Ways/A Dualistic System’ a group photographic show with Dave Laslett and Inkatja


December 8th to February 3, 2019

‘Manda-Ngurni Warna-Gu’ a group photographic show with artists from Ceduna, Oak Valley, Yalata & Koonibba with jewellery from Maruku Arts


May 4th to July 19th, 2019

"Stringy Bark and Other Stories" a group exhibition from emerging and established South Australian Aboriginal artists where laser cut timber leaves were the basis for the artworks.

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