Inspire your artistic desires, add to your collection, or embark on your first foray into the realm of fine art!
Woolloongabba Art Gallery (WAG) is an important space for the display and discussion of contemporary art. WAG holds regular exhibition openings and featured artist talks, and is focused on celebrating valuable creative contributions to the community.
Located in the heart of Woolloongabba at 613 Stanley Street, the gallery hosts three exhibition spaces, and a licensed bar, all of which are available to hire and are suitable for a variety of events.
WAG represents a stylistically varied selection of local and Australasian art by establishing and emerging artists and has an ethos stepped in cultural appreciation.
Artists of Ampilatwatja return to Brisbane with their distinctive paintings of Central Australia. These artists combine fine dot paintings with a figurative style featuring flowers and bush medicine flora from their surrounding country.
Kathleen Nanima Rambler, Ada Pula Beasley and art centre manager, Caroline Hunter, will be in Brisbane for a artist talk on Saturday afternoon, 22 June 3pm – 6pm.
Opening event: Saturday afternoon, 8 June 3pm – 6pm
Artist talk: Saturday afternoon, 22 June 3pm – 6pm
Exhibition dates: 7 June – 29 June 2019