Indigenous Art Tour -22 May - Moreton to Somerset
The Indigenous Art Tour will provide audiences with opportunity to immerse themselves in First Nations Art and Culture including:
Caboolture Gallery Exhibition Montages: The Full Cut, 1999 - 2015
Montages: The Full Cut, 1999-2015 by Indigenous artist Tracey Moffatt and her long-time collaborator Gary Hillberg is an ode to cinema and to the cinematic form, offering unprecedented insight into the stereotypes that populate our collective cultural imagination.
Somerset Regional Art Gallery Exhibition Country Connects Us
Jinibara artists and community members have created artworks including sculpture, prints, paintings and multimedia works that tell the story of the deep and continuous connections that are guided by their country.
Ticket Price is inclusive of:
- Access to all exhibitions including Tour Guides and Artist Talks
- Cultural Sharing and storytelling (led by Traditional Owners) as part of the Chartered Bus Tour
- Lunch showcasing native ingredients by Three Little Birds (First Nations owned catering company)
PLEASE NOTE: Tour starts and ends at the Caboolture Hub (4 Hasking Street Caboolture) parking is available on site.
The Indigenous Art Tours are delivered by Aboriginal Art Co as part of Connecting Stories, a showcase of First Nations art and culture across six local governments within the South East Queensland North (SEQN) region, which includes exhibitions, public art trails, tours, workshops, artists talks and more!
Connecting Stories has been developed by Creative Arts Alliance, as part of the Regional Arts Services Network (RASN), funded by Arts Queensland, and delivered in partnership Blaklash Creative and the SEQN Galleries Network - Gympie Regional Gallery, Noosa Regional Gallery, USC Art Gallery, Caloundra Regional Gallery, Moreton Bay Regional Galleries, The Condensery - Somerset Regional Gallery and Redland Art Gallery.
For more info on Connecting Stories go to https://www.connectingstories.net/
This event has received funding support through the Regional Arts Development Fund, a partnership between the Queensland Government and Moreton Bay Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.