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7 Oct 2023
- 24 Mar 2024
This summer, the Bribie Island Seaside Museum mini-imaginarium will transform into Mob on the Move.
Mob on the Move is an inspiring and immersive art exhibition featuring three First Nations artists.
Storytelling is central to Indigenous art; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples use storytelling to pass on their knowledge of land and sea, events, and their culture and beliefs.
This free exhibition focuses on using storytelling to encourage unity. It tells us how we can all move forward together by sharing, connecting, and embracing the culture of First Nations people.
Charlotte Ellis is Wakka Wakka from central Queensland, Kirriri (Hammond Island) and Iama (Yam Island) in the Torres Straits.
Scott Griffiths is a proud First Nations Saami with roots to the arctic circle. Scott has been customary adopted into Dharawal and Kamilaroi/Gamilaroi Nations in central New South Wales.
Nicole Gulwell is a Dharuk and Kamilaroi/Gamilaroi woman from western New South Wales.
Bribie Island Seaside Museum is open from Wednesday to Friday, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, and Saturday to Sunday, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM.
Bribie Island Seaside Museum, 1 South Esplanade, Bongaree 4507 View map
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This exhibition is suitable for people over 3 years of age.
Bookings are not required.