明慈When you come to Australia, few people go to such a far place, but it’s really worth going. Melbourne’s artistic graffiti school, compared with the art of BROKEN HILL, the art of BROKEN HILL is deeper, old-school, painted, Books, mud, wood, everything, the whole city is in the craze of art. #写评论，赢YOYO#
明慈Not only is the building a piece of Broken Hill's history and worth stepping inside of on it's own merits, taking in the entire gallery is very much worth your time. Currently with visiting displays from Jim Paterson, Clinton Kemp and Blake Griffiths, which were as interesting as they are diverse, it was the homegrown items on display which were my favourite. With works from Pro Hart, Eric Minchin and Jack Absalom to name drop a few, you'll be able to soak up some of the rich art history of the region.
明慈DescriptionBroken Hill is a frontier mining town in the far west of New South Wales, in the Australian outback. Its mining history is explored through geology exhibits at the Albert Kersten Mining and Minerals Museum. In nearby Silverton, the disused 19th-century Daydream Mine is open to the public. North of Broken Hill, Living Desert State Park features the Sculpture Symposium, a group of monumental sandstone sculptures.