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Stuart Ayres Supports City of Plenty

We Need Your Help.

We’re seeking donations from you, our community to help feed the city.

Artist Sarah Goffman is constructing a city made from donated non-perishable food and household consumables in our Main Gallery.

Deposit boxes are located at the Penrith Regional Gallery, Penrith City Library, The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre and Penrith PCYC.
At the conclusion of the project, the city will be dismantled and the goods donated to those in need through our project partners, Ozharvest and Penrith Community Kitchen.

Prepare to feed your City.

City of Plenty Graphic


From the 1 March – 21 March, join artist Sarah Goffman as she constructs a city made from non-perishable food and household consumables in our Main Gallery.

City of plenty benefit graphic

 City of Plenty Benefit Dinner

Monday 23 March 6:30pm
Join us on the 23rd of March for our City of Plenty Benefit Dinner to help support the good work of OzHarvest and partner agency Penrith Community Kitchen. Tickets include a 3 course meal and wine, plus guest speaker OzHarvest Founder and CEO Ronnie Kahn.


City of Plenty Blog

Keep up to date with our generous city
Click here to keep up to date with the blog run by students from Caroline Chisholm College and St Dominic’s College to see how the city grows and how our community works together to build this City of Plenty.

Home Front


Exhibition Begins 11 April 2015
The exhibition is a consideration of the intimate lives of Australian soldiers and nurses during the Gallipoli campaign, and how they maintained a sense of self, home and comradeship while at the front.

Close up of Ken Done's Paingint 'Caught in the Net'

 Attack – Japanese Midget Submarines in the Harbour by Ken Done

Exhibition Begins 11 April 2015
Artist Ken Done responds to Japanese midget submarines attacking Sydney Harbour during WWII. These powerful and evocative paintings will be on  display in Lewers House as part of the Home/ Front exhibition suite.

Photo of Wendy Sharpe


Exhibition Begins 11 April 2015
Previous Archibald winner and 2014 finalist Wendy Sharpe has produced portraits of 39 asylum seekers and refugees as part of a collaboration with the Australian Asylum Seekers Centre in a new exhibition titled, Seeking Humanity.

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