FRIDAY 26 MARCH - SUNDAY 16 MAY | Noosa Regional Gallery is the first of seven in South East Queensland (north) to showcase work from the First Nations Connecting Stories exhibition program.
See three new First Nations exhibitions: KENT MORRIS: UNVANISHED; PETA CLANCY: UNDERCURRENT; and OCHRE BEE:
OCHRE ENERGETIC ACTIVATION! Entry to the gallery is free.
A special opening celebration will be held on Saturday 27 March with a free, family-friendly community event featuring the local Gubbi Gubbi Dance Troupe. BOOK HERE.
Melbourne-based Barkindji contemporary artist Kent Morris reveals the world through Barkindji eyes in his exhibition, Unvanished. Through digitally constructed photographs layered with symbolism, the artist evokes the spirits and cultural practices of his ancestors. He pays particular attention to native birds saying.
Bangerang descendent, contemporary artist Peta Clancy uses manipulated photographs to explore historic colonisation in her exhibition, Undercurrent.
Noosa-based artist, Sara Moore’s (also known as Ochre Bee) exhibition Ochre Energetic Activation! is one of spiritual awakening and guidance, purposed to “connect us all as one through Earth, Energy and Story”.
Image: Peta Clancy, Undercurrent 2018-2019, 150 x 106cm, ink jet pigment print. Image courtesy the artist and Dominik Mersch Gallery.