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WAYOUT Artspace | A Cementa Initiative


WAYOUT Artspace is a regionally based artist-run initiative dedicated to developing contemporary art culture through our exhibition program as well as outreach and exchange with artists and organisations across Australia.


Cementa Team

Jo Albany – First Nations Curator

Daniel Mudie Cunningham – Curator

Gus Armstrong – WAYOUT Schedule Manager

Gabrielle Bates – Uncooperative Project Manager

Alex Wisser – Creative Director

Yasmin Hannouf – General Manager

Kelly Reiffer – Development Manager

Uncle Peter Swain – Traditional Custodian

Renee Allara – Community Liaison Officer

Ian Hobbs – Web Design / Photography


Michelle Newton (Chair)

Kelly Reiffer (Treasurer)

June Golland

Aleshia Lonsdale

Lucy White


Co-founded 2022


info [at]

71 Angus Avenue, Kandos NSW 2848



WAYOUT Artspace is housed in the original community hall of Kandos, a 20th-century worker’s hall that has at different times served as a movie theatre, a gym, and a motorcycle museum. It is now a multi-use art and culture space, where contemporary art is created that is relevant to our regional context.


In 2022 we have run a full programme with 8 group and solo exhibitions, showcasing more than 30 regional and internationally connected artists, and our gallery space is booked out until May 2024. In our 4th annual callout we are seeking applications for 6 exhibition slots for the period April 2024 – Feb 2025.

Click here for our WAYOUT blog to see some of our previous exhibitions.



and stories with us.

  • Cementa 22 Media Release

  • Press & Partnership Kit

Cementa Inc. acknowledges the Wiradjuri people as the Traditional Custodians of the Country upon which we live, learn and work. We honour their Ancestors and pay our deepest respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.