Protecting kanalaritja: Andrew GallProtecting kanalaritja is an exhibition of my doctoral journey-a journey of knowledge seeking and knowledge gaining to find a solution to the question:
If climate change hits as hard as the scientific evidence indicates, what will happen to my Pakana culture's practice of kanalaritja (shell necklace making)?
The Naked LandscapeThe Naked Landscape interplays the vigour and vitality of nine mature-aged Queensland College of Art, Griffith University students with the passion of a younger artist to conceptualise what 'nakedness' and 'landscape' represent when individually visualised.
Artist Talk: Safdar AhmedJoin us this Saturday 4 February, 3pm at POP Gallery, Fortitude Valley to hear artist Safdar Ahmed discuss "Border Farce / Alien Citizen / Sovereign Murders'.
Safdar Ahmed : Border Farce / Alien Citizen / Sovereign MurdersPresented in conjunction with the exhibition Destiny Disrupted currently on show at Griffith University Art Museum, Safdar Ahmed's Border Farce / Alien Citizen / Sovereign Murders will be the Australian debut of this group of works, developed and presented for documenta fifteen, in 2022 in Kassel, Germany.
Forbidden: Griffith Printmakers ClubThe Griffith University Printmakers Club has been celebrating explorations of printmaking for over 20 years. This annual exhibit showcases the work of members in response to the theme "Forbidden', whether that be subverting assumed technical processes, tackling taboo themes, or enchanting the audience with forbidden knowledge. We invite you to join us for the opening event this Thursday, 9th February from 5.30pm.