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Please join us for a talk by local creative Sioux Tempestt, the Artist-in-Residence at Whitford Library. Sioux is currently delivering a series of creative workshops with the community, which will culminate in exciting new murals at the library. Please register your details to attend.  

A multi-disciplinary artist, Sioux will share the creative process she engages in the creation of murals; her inspiration; career history; previous mural projects; her foray into music and video production plus the release of publications.

Sioux will be working out of the Whitford Library meeting room on the following dates:12, 13, 20, 21 July 2022 from 9.30am to 4.30pm. Please take the opportunity to drop in and meet Sioux and see firsthand her creative process as she works on the mural design.

For more information, please contact the Whitford Library on 9400 4870.

This project was made possible with assistance of DLGSCI and Lotterywest.



Transcending creative disciplines Sioux creates abstract, mural, sculptural and digital art which meaningfully contributes to its context. Her work aims to create a narrative and connection as Sioux believes art plays an intrinsic contribution to our wellbeing, health, and happiness - more so now than ever.

Sioux is passionate about working with the community - young people in particular, mentoring and facilitating creative workshops for local governments and schools. She constantly pushes the boundaries of her practice to communicate and share her tremendous positivity and energy for life. 

Large scale murals form part of Sioux’s practice and you’ll find several painted throughout Perth. Among other clients, Sioux has produced artistic projects for Curtin University, the City of Perth, the City of Melville, the City of Stirling, the City of South Perth, the City of Vincent, the Town of Victoria Park, the City of Subiaco, the Town of Claremont, Coles, Dale Alcock and Hawaiian. 

Sioux has delivered 10 solo exhibitions and exhibited in numerous group shows. Among other achievements Sioux’s ‘Dirty Beats’ music video is an official selection of the 2022 Revelation Perth International Film Festival. Sioux received a Highly Commended, City of Bayswater Art Award, 2021; was a Finalist, City of Busselton Art Award, 2021; Finalist, Perth Royal Art Prize, 2019; Finalist, City of Rockingham Castaways Sculpture Awards, 2019; Finalist, Minnawarra Art Awards, 2021; Finalist, Town of Claremont Art Awards, 2021; Highly Commended, City of South Perth Emerging Artist Award 2018; Highly Commended, Town of Bassendean Visual Art Award 2018; Finalist, City of Joondalup 2018 Community Invitation Art Award.

Sioux is curator of the Darlington Arts Festival Sculpture on the Scarp 2022. Her work is held in public and private collections.


Whitford Public Library
15 Banks Avenue
Hillarys WA 6025
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