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The Artist’s Table: Bush Tucker and Banter event

Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery is hosting an exclusive Artist Table event

Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery is hosting an exclusive Artist Table event, including a dinner and the opportunity to hear from the artists themselves.

The Artist Table event is open for a limited number of bookings and gives ticketholders the chance to have a private viewing of new exhibitions Legacy: Reflections on Mabo; Sitting Down Place and Ayvua Meenha, accompanied by the artists.

Guests will be welcomed with a glass of wine and dinner which will feature grazing boards of local bush tucker in Gallery One.

The exclusive event has just 30 tickets available so be sure to get in quickly to ensure you secure your spot.

Tickets are $75pp and include two drinks, dinner, private exhibition access and conversations with the artists.

Tickets are on sale from Monday, 2 August here.

Find out more about the exhibitions:

Legacy: Reflections on Mabo

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Legacy: Reflections on Mabo

This exhibition celebrates the man behind the game-changing Native Title Act, Eddie Koiki Mabo.

Co-curated by Gail Mabo, Dr Jonathan McBurnie and Kellie Williams, the exhibition brings together a selection of 22 works by 25 Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists in the spirit of reconciliation, almost three decades after the historic achievement.

Sitting Down Place by Kyra Mancktelow

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Sitting Down Place

Kyra Mancktelow is a Quandamooka woman with links to Mardigan, Kabi Kabi and South Sea Islander peoples.

Heritage and family are central to her practise.

Printmaking and sculpture feature most prominently as methods employed to create her work, which explores her culture’s history, traditions and identity.

Ayuva Meenha by Teho Ropeyarn

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Ayuva Meenha

Ayuva Meenha is the latest solo exhibition by talented Injinoo artist Teho Ropeyarn.

This exhibition of selected linocut prints offers a cross-section of Ropeyarn’s work spanning the past three years, and gives insight into the different stages of Injinoo and the history of the Northern Cape York Peninsula.

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