613 Stanley St, Woolloongabba Qld 4102
p: +61 7 3891 5551 ~ e: email@wag.com.au
open hours:
Tuesday - Friday 10am-5pm
Saturday 10am-3pm

CURRENTLY ONLY OPEN
VIA APPOINTMENT.

Please call or email beforehand.



Upstairs Gallery 

(Now showing)

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Ian Smith, Leda & The Flamingo 2020, Watercolour, coloured pencil & collage, 55.5 x 41.5 cm

XMAS Show 2021

Yearly group exhibition featuring Clinton Barker, Craig Fynmore, David Jones, David Nixon, Domenica Hoare, Hugh Edwards, Ian Smith, Jack Rodgers, John Hockings, Kazumi Daido, Leigh Camilleri, Maureen Hansen, Michael Barnett, Robert Moore, Ron McBurnie, Rowland Nancarrow, Sam Bullock, Sandy Herberte, Stephen Nothling & Susie Hansen.

Exhibition dates
11 December 2021 – 31 January 2022

Online Exhibition


Main Gallery 

(Now showing)

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Amy Loogatha, Climbing Turtle 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 41 x 41 cm

MORNINGTON ISLAND ARTS

KUWA

The circle is a recurring motif and features in most of the Mornington Island artists’ works – fishtraps, love rocks, mussel shells, pretty rocks, sacred and secret places, water holes, corals, etc. and it was appropriate to try a round format to echo some of these ways of depicting the world. The artists have enjoyed the challenges of composing within a non-rectangular field because there aren’t many squares and rectangles on Country!

KUWA is a word in both Lardil and Kaidildt languages with a range of meanings including: round; source; small holes in sand at high tide; hole left by small spirits when they enter the ground and these kuwa works invite the viewer to enter as well.

With paintings about traditional stories, as well as almost topographical representations of natural and built environments and phenomena, these round paintings give rich impressions of the many layers of being connected to Country. ― John Armstrong

Featured Artists: Agnes Kohler, Amanda Jane Gabori, Amy Loogatha, Bereline Loogatha, Coralie Thompson Kuthakin, Coreen Reading, Dolly Loogatha, Dorothy Gabori, Gloria Gavenor, Jameson Wilson, Joelene Roughsey, John Williams, Jonathon Toby, Mandy Naranatjil, Netta Loogatha & Roxanne Thomas

Opening event
Saturday afternoon, 18 December from 3pm

Exhibition dates
18 December 2021 – 31 January 2022

Online Exhibition


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We are offering special bespoke bookings to meet the artists, view the show and help accommodate public interest in supporting the visual arts during our changing COVID constraints.

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The gallery is still open to the public and staff are actively monitoring the situation.

From 17 December – Proof of vaccination will be required for entry.

For the safety of staff and other visitors, masks are also required.

We still have exhibitions for visitors to enjoy but will also provide more accompanying online resources to help inform enquiring minds. Information will also be posted to our usual mailing list and social media channels.

Until further notice, as a commercial private gallery we'll continue to assist remote indigenous communities and talented local artists that rely on your ongoing support to keep making art that contributes to our cultural identity and enriches us all.

We recommend following current government and professional medical advice on the issue of the pandemic itself.

Please show respect at all times by being aware of your personal wellbeing and that of others.

The gallery has increased it’s regular schedule of cleaning and sanitising, and other provisions for visitors but cannot guarantee anything beyond current expectations.

If you wish a private viewing of artworks please ring to make an appointment.

We are trying our best to help artists, patrons and the general public in this difficult situation so please don't hesitate contacting the gallery on +61738915551 or email@wag.com.au if you have any enquiries.

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