Artists: Paul Bong, Elisa Jane Carmichael, Delvene Cockatoo-Collins, Penny Evans, Carol McGregor, Kim Williams and Philomena Yeatman.

Seeing Country celebrates Aboriginal ecological understandings by highlighting resilient relationships with the lands and waters. This exhibition brings together artistic practices and experiences from saltwater, freshwater and rainforest Country to share insights of place across time.

Through diverse mediums and techniques artists express innovation, ancestral knowledge and the importance of the natural world. Collectively, Seeing Country translates ways of seeing that are central to culture and caring for Country.

Curated by Freja Carmichael, Seeing Country includes works from the RAG Collection and loaned works. Please visit the RAG website for further information on Seeing Country public programs and opportunities.

Redland Art Gallery has received financial assistance from the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland’s Backing Indigenous Arts initiative.

An exhibition held in conjunction with NAIDOC Week 2019 and Quandamooka Festival.

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RAG, CLEVELAND


SUNDAY 30 JUNE –
SUNDAY 1 SEPTEMBER 2019

Opening Event:
6.30pm Friday 28 June 2019
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Panel Talk and Morning Tea:
10.30am Sunday 18 August 2019
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Image: Penny Evans, Blue swamp banksia 2 2017, white earthenware clay, copper carbonate, black slip, pooling glazes, translucent glaze, sgraffito. Redland Art Gallery Collection. Acquired in 2018 with Redland Art Gallery Acquisition Funds. Courtesy of the artist. Photography by Carl Warner.

CLEVELAND