The Belonging Project

IACA has partnered with the National Museum of Australia (NMA) to present the exhibition Belonging; Stories from Far North Queensland, featuring 415 new artworks from IACA member art centres, and produced…

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Nov 1, 2021

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Nov 1, 2021

Add to Calendar 11/01/2021 12:00 AM 11/01/2021 12:00 AM Australia/Melbourne The Belonging Project IACA has partnered with the National Museum of Australia (NMA) to present the exhibition Belonging; Stories from Far North Queensland, featuring 415 new artworks from IACA member art centres, and produced during the multi-year arts development project coordinated by IACA. Originally due to open in 2020, the exhibition has been rescheduled for mid-2022, when it will roll out over four consecutive shows – each running for three months – and taking an in-depth view of four art centres at a time. Accompanying the exhibition is the publication Belonging, slated to become the seminal text on contemporary Indigenous art-making in Far North Queensland. Learn more about the Belonging Project. Pre-order your copy of the publication Belonging by contacting IACA at admin@iaca.com.au. The book goes on sale in November. The Belonging project was funded by the Federal Government’s Indigenous Languages and Arts program and the Australia Council for the Arts. Amanda and Dorothy Gabori painting their mother’s country Mirdidingki on Bentinck Island, Belonging arts development workshop 2019. Image: IACA

IACA has partnered with the National Museum of Australia (NMA) to present the exhibition Belonging; Stories from Far North Queensland, featuring 415 new artworks from IACA member art centres, and produced during the multi-year arts development project coordinated by IACA.

Originally due to open in 2020, the exhibition has been rescheduled for mid-2022, when it will roll out over four consecutive shows – each running for three months – and taking an in-depth view of four art centres at a time.

Accompanying the exhibition is the publication Belonging, slated to become the seminal text on contemporary Indigenous art-making in Far North Queensland.

Learn more about the Belonging Project.

Pre-order your copy of the publication Belonging by contacting IACA at admin@iaca.com.au. The book goes on sale in November.

The Belonging project was funded by the Federal Government’s Indigenous Languages and Arts program and the Australia Council for the Arts.

Amanda and Dorothy Gabori painting their mother’s country Mirdidingki on Bentinck Island, Belonging arts development workshop 2019. Image: IACA

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