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Exhibition | Ngambaa Birrang by Kim Walmsley

From:Wednesday 03 June 2020
To:Sunday 28 July 2019
Time:12:00am -  Wednesday 03 June 2020
Location:Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, 531 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, QLD 4350 Australia

FREE ADMISSION | GALLERY OPEN: Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm | Sunday 1pm to 4pm | Closed Mondays & Public Holidays

Ngambaa Birrang
Once upon a Dreamtime

Ngambaa Birrang
tells the story of creation through the paintings, sculptures and ceramics of local artist Kim Walmsley. Drawing on the stories told to her by her Elders, she knits together these strands from the spiritual realm, the Dreaming, which forms the foundation of her current artistic practice. By going on this curious journey of discovery, by listening, creating and sharing through art, she seeks to strengthen and preserve the memories and stories of her spirit fathers so that they can be told over and over again.

Join us for an Opening & Artist Talk event for the exhibition on Sunday 30 June starting at 1.30pm.
This is a free event and all are welcome. RSVP to the Gallery by noon Thursday 27 June 2019.

Exhibition on display 29 June - 28 July 2019.

Image: Kim WALMSLEY / breathe 2019 / ink on paper / 42.0 x 59.5cm / Reproduced by kind permission 

Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery
531 Ruthven Street
Entry charges - AdultFree
Entry charges - ChildFree
Entry charges - ConcessionFree
Entry charges - FamilyFree
Entry charges - GroupFree
Entry charges - StudentFree
Booking informationOpening & Artist Talk
Free event | All welcome | RSVP to the Gallery by noon Thursday 27 June 2019: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | (07) 4688 6652
Contact organisationToowoomba Regional Art Gallery
Is food and drink available?No
Are toilets available?Yes
Is there disabled access?Yes
Gallery opening hours:
Sunday: 1pm - 4pm | Monday: Closed | Tuesday: 10am - 4pm | Wednesday: 10am - 4pm | Thursday: 10am - 4pm | Friday: 10am - 4pm | Saturday: 10am - 4pm | Closed Public Holidays


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