Institute of Modern Art
5 Sep, 2020 - 19 Dec, 2020
'long water: fibre stories' illuminates spiritual, ancestral, and physical connections to water through fibre practices. Together this group—Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, spanning different generations and ancestries—share an inseparable relationship to water, be it the vast sea, inland waterways, or expansive river systems.
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Wildlife Tourism Australia's biennial national conference, for tour operators, ecolodges, wildlife parks, researchers, students, conservation managers, government staff, NGOs and others interested in environmentally-sustainable wildlife
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Mavis Ngallametta (1944-2019) made a profound contribution to arts and culture nationally and particularly in Queensland, her home state.
'15 Artists' is an annual acquisitive prize developed to enhance the Moreton Bay Regional Council Art Collection and exhibition program.
Each year, 15 artists are
'Seeing And Being Seen' traces Yang's career from documentary photography through to explorations of cultural and sexual identities and his depictions of landscape.