Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Policy, Liddy Clark 09/02/05
CLARK OPENS BRIBIE EXHIBITION
The third in a series of popular Indigenous art exhibitions will be officially opened on Bribie Island tonight. (Wednesday, 9 February 2005)
Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Policy Liddy Clark will open the Faces of Arranounbai exhibition, which features a range of works by a number of Indigenous artists.
"Arranounbai Arts Enterprise is hosting this outstanding exhibition until 4 March at the Matthew Flinders Bicentenary Gallery on Sunderland Drive at Bribie Island," Ms Clark said.
"This particular exhibition features works in various styles and mediums, some of them based on the theme Shelter."
Ms Clark said that for the first time, works by Indigenous primary and secondary school students had also been included in the exhibition.
"I am especially pleased that young Indigenous artists have an opportunity to participate and have their works on public display," Ms Clark said.
"Artists featured in the exhibition are based between Rainbow Beach and Redcliffe, and because of the variety of mediums and styles, this is one of the most inspiring examples of Indigenous art.
"It is an exhibition not to be missed."
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