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Saturday 9am-3pm

Now showing



Ngalmun Lagau Minaral
(Moa Arts)

Malu Mabaigal
Seafaring People

Malu Mabaigal – Seafaring People is the latest exhibition from Moa Arts (Ngalmun Lagau Minaral).

The exhibition, a collection of works on paper and woven objects, showcases the cultural stories and unique way of life of the Mualgal people from Moa Island in the Torres Strait.

The Mualgal people, known by locals as Italgal, are the Traditional Owners of the island and refer to the island as ‘Mua’. The Mulgal people are saltwater people, their way of life is intrinsically linked to the sea. The artists from Moa Island, seafaring people with deep connections to sea, land and sky, draw inspiration from ancestral stories, animal totems and spirit beings.

Malu Mabiagal – Seafaring People highlights the ability of artists from Moa Island to produce innovative contemporary artworks whilst also maintaining traditional art making practices and preserving their cultural heritage.

Danie Savage
David Bosun
Fiona Elisala
Flora Taylor
Flora Warria
Jeanon Baira
Maria Ware
Paula Savage
Solomon Booth
Victor Motlop

Opening event
Friday night, 5 October 6pm – 8pm

Exhibition dates
2 October – 3 November 2018

Exhibition Promo video

Invite (PDF)

Catalogue (PDF)

Online Exhibition 

contemporary lease space

Now showing


Debbie Anderson


My solo exhibition is dedicated to the celebration of life, of beginnings, and of all things.

In Chinese philosophy, all matter contains Chi energy and in this show I express that belief.

My influences are Nature, colour, family stories, and my personal journey.

Debbie Anderson 2018

Opening event
Saturday afternoon, 20 October 3pm – 6pm

Exhibition dates
16 October – 27 October 2018

Invite (PDF)

Catalogue (PDF)


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