Superpowered on Tour at Pine Rivers Art Gallery

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Superpowered on Tour is a fun and engaging interactive program. It has been developed by First Nations Australian artists in collaboration with QAGOMA.

Pine Rivers Art Gallery invites families to experience QAGOMA Superpowered on Tour. These April school holidays will be filled with creative fun in our engagement space.

Step into a fully immersive world full of humour and fun characters for young visitors to explore.

Featured artists and programs

Kaylene Whiskey

Young woman and little girl at craft table with stickers

Kaylene Whiskey (Yankunytjatjara people) creates colourful, humourous paintings that celebrate strong kunkas (women).

In this activity, you are invited to create your own party scene with your heroes. Use coloured pencils and cut out shapes from the collage sheet to create your own Super Party picture. 

Bookings are not required.

Image credit: K. Bennett courtesy of QAGOMA.

Tony Albert

Young child jumping joyfully in front of a superhero sign

In his work, Tony Albert (Girramay/Yidinyji/Kuku Yalanji peoples) often works with other artists, communities and organisations. He believes that one of the best ways to learn from and connect people is to live and work together.

In this activity, Tony invites you to choose a special super power and design your own superhero costume.

Bookings are not required.

Image credit: K. Bennett courtesy of QAGOMA

Gordon Hookey


Gordon Hookey (Waanyi people) creates artworks inspired by Australian history and everyday life. Gordon often includes images of native Australian animals in his work to represent Indigenous Australians. One of his favourite animals is the kangaroo, which is important to many of Australia's First Peoples.

Gordon invites you to become a plains kangaroo, a tree kangaroo, a potoroo or a rock wallaby by making your very own kangaroo mask.

Booking are not required.

Image credit: K.Bennett courtesy of QAGOMA

Vincent Namatjira

Children in front of potrait pieces from the activity

Vincent Namatjira (Western Aranda people) paints portraits of important historical figures, from his great-grandfather Albert Namatjira to international heads of state, and politicians such as Australian prime ministers.

In this activity, Namatjira invites children to adopt 'power icons' such as paper crowns and hats. Once you have chosen your power icon prop, have your photograph taken in front of the backdrop.

Image credit: K. Bennett courtesy of QAGOMA.


  • Saturday, 01 April 2023 - Saturday, 27 May 2023


Pine Rivers Art Gallery, 130-134 Gympie Rd, Strathpine 4500  View map

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