Celebrate and connect with Australian First Nations art and culture.
Hear from an Australian First Nations storyteller, artist and curator as they join you on a private tour of magnificent artworks.
Feel enriched and awakened with an exclusive evening immersed in Queensland’s unique Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) where you’ll make memorable connections to First Nations art, music, native food, dance, culture and storytelling.
After a beautiful Welcome to Country, hear from an Australian First Nations storyteller, artist and curator as they join you on a private tour of magnificent artworks.
Following the tour, enjoy an unforgettable private dinner – where art meets food. Inspired by our rich Indigenous heritage, Koori Chef, Chris Jordan in collaboration with QAGOMA’s Head Chef will share details of the delicious dishes being enjoyed.
Our First Nations storyteller, artist and curator will dine with you, continuing the conversation around art and culture throughout the evening, accompanied by live music and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance performances.
This experience has been co-designed with 100% owned Indigenous-owned business Blaklash Creative.
An Indigenous Welcome to Country followed by a private artwork tour with an Australian First Nations storyteller, artist and curator. Enjoy a specially curated dinner inspired by Australia’s rich Indigenous heritage and be joined by remarkable Australian First Nations dinner guests. Take away a bespoke gift, courtesy of the QAGOMA store and Aboriginal Art Co.
From 4 December 2021 until 26 April 2022, this experience will run during QAGOMA’s flagship exhibition series, ‘The Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’. Major new works by Gordon Hookey (Waanyi people, Australia) and Grace Lillian Lee & Uncle Ken Thaiday Snr (Meriam Mir people, Australia), will be among the unmissable artwork highlights.
Credit: Installation view, ‘Get Up, Stand Up’, Queensland Art Gallery 2020 / Photograph: Joe Ruckli, QAGOMA