A cutting-edge art exhibition is coming to the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery next month with a thought-provoking theme. Running for the 14th time since its inception in 1993, the Bunbury Biennale will see 37 artists from around the State take on this year’s theme HE | SHE | THEY. Curator Caro Lunel said this year was the first time the exhibition has had a theme. “We decided to make this exhibition more cohesive and introduce a theme,” she said. “The theme HE | SHE | THEY is such a relevant topic and we are very pleasantly surprised with what the artists have come up with. “Being a regional gallery, it’s really important people have access to an exhibition like this and I cannot wait to see what people think of the works.” Bunbury Regional Art Gallery director Joanne Baitz said this year’s theme gave the whole exhibition an identity. “A biennale is a space for experimentation, shifts in direction and a place for conversation,” Dr Baitz said. “We want to challenge people about what is going on in the world and identify what is happening locally. “I think that bringing in something that is this important to talk about gives it a local flavour. The exhibition will be officially opened on March 6 with special guest artist Stormie Mills, DJs, food trucks and plenty of live entertainment. The Bunbury Biennale will run from March 6 to June 7.