613 Stanley St, Woolloongabba Qld 4102
p: +61 7 3891 5551 ~ e: email@wag.com.au
open hours:
Tuesday - Friday 9am-6pm
Saturday 9am-3pm


Now showing 

(downstairs)

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Omie Cultural Business Group PNG

Buborero Jo’e ie – The Hornbill Sings
PNG Omie tapa (beaten bark cloth) in Australia

The Omie world is alive with the minutia of nature - grub eggs, beetle homes, insects, hornbill beaks, teeth, feathers, the lizards jaw bone, stars, the moon. The micro and macro worlds intersect. The Omie live in the mountains between Kokoda and Mt Lamington, Oro. They have a diverse and highly coloured tapa aesthetic. The Omie welcome you to this exhibition and to their remote Omie territory.

To be opened by Mr Thomas Parun, President of the Papua New Guinea Federation Queensland Inc. (PNGFQI)

Opening Event
Friday night, 12 April 6pm – 8pm

Floor talk by curator and international partner Joan Winter
Saturday afternoon 13 April 3pm – 4pm

Exhibition Dates
12 April – 4 May 2019

Invite (PDF)

Catalogue (PDF)

Online Exhibition


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contemporary lease space

Coming soon

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Geoffrey Schmidt

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Over the past 30 yrs I have been diagnosed with Major Depression, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Personality Disorder and Bipolar, living on cocktails of medication and side effects, psychoanalysis and other therapy.

These images depict in portrait style extreme emotional states, each image like a mirror, it’s glossy surface reflecting the viewer in the multi-layered image. - Geoffrey Schmidt

Opening Event
Friday night, 10 May 6pm – 9pm

Exhibition Dates
7 May – 18 May 2019

Invite (PDF)

Artist CV (PDF)


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Need framing or restoration work done?

Available Tuesday - Friday, our professional, trade qualified custom framer is here to help preserve and present your favourite mementoes and artworks for a fair price. She compliments the range of artist services we already offer.

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Looking for a unique gift?

Our stockroom is overflowing with goodies to choose from!

Visit the gallery to view available works from previous exhibitions.

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Please support local artists, remote communities and the creative industries simply by improving your workplace.

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