Culture is Inclusion draws on works created by the NuunaRon Art group - First Nations artists based on the Sunshine Coast who are living with a disability. The exhibition is a partnership with the First Peoples Disability Network Australia (FPDN). The exhibition recognises the need for our First Nations community living with disability to have a culturally safe place to come together to connect, build resilience and address issues such as social isolation through art and yarning.
Presented by Caloundra Regional Gallery at the Arts and Ecology Centre at Maroochy Bushland Gardens, the exhibition is part of Connecting Stories. The initiative brings together galleries from across the region to showcase First Nations art and share stories across Country to celebrate culture and connect. Connecting Stories has been developed by Creative Arts Alliance in partnership with Blaklash Creative and the South East Queensland North (SEQN) Galleries Network. It is supported by the SEQN Regional Arts Services Network (RASN) funded by Arts Queensland.
NuunaRon artists will be in the space each Wednesday during the exhibition – come along and have a yarn!
More information on Connecting Stories.
|Location||Date and Time|
|Maroochy Arts and Ecology Centre, Tanawha||1 to 30 May 2021|