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Vale: Kumantye Nelson Jagamara (also spelt Jakamarra, Tjakamarra) (c. 1946-2020)

It is with profound sadness that I share with you my reflections on the recent passing of Jagamara. Not only was he an internationally acclaimed artist and cherished family member, he was also a truly revered friend and inspiration to many.

Media Release: Twelve Ways & Twelve Artists

Exhibition title/s:

Twelve Ways & Twelve Artists

Exhibition duration: 
Where:

Saturday 5/12/2020 to 06/02/2021 (FireWorks Gallery is closed 25/12/2020-26/01/2021)

FireWorks Gallery, 9/31 Thompson St Bowen Hills QLD 4006

Vale Michael Nelson Jagamara

Michael Nelson Jagamara 
1946 Pikilyi, Vaughn Springs – 2020 Alice Springs NT


It is with profound sadness that I share with you the news that Michael Nelson Jagamara, acclaimed international Indigenous artist and cherished friend, passed away Monday night.

- Michael Eather, FireWorks Gallery

Media Release: Samantha Hobson – Fracture & Ronnie Tjampitjinpa – Special Edition Screen-prints

Exhibition title/s:

Samantha Hobson – Fracture & Ronnie Tjampitjinpa – Special Edition Screen-prints

Exhibition duration: 
Where:

23 October – 28 November 2020

FireWorks Gallery, 9/31 Thompson St Bowen Hills Qld 4006

September Newsletter

September Newsletter available here

Artists' Talk - River Marks & Isle of Dogs

 

On Saturday 8 August FireWorks Gallery hosted an artists’ talk for our two current exhibitions; Joanne Currie Nalingu, River Marks and Alick Sweet, Isle of Dogs. The talks were scheduled to be chaired by Lynne Seear, Manager for Arts in Health, Children’s Health Queensland. Unfortunately, this did not eventuate.

Media Release: Joanne Currie Nalingu – River Marks & Alick Sweet – Isle of Dogs

Exhibition title/s:

Joanne Currie Nalingu – River Marks & Alick Sweet – Isle of Dogs

Exhibition duration: 

30 July – 5 September 2020

Where:

Media Release: Linesmen + Figuratively speaking

Exhibition titles:

Linesmen and Figuratively speaking

Exhibition duration: 

Friday 19 June – Saturday 25 July 2020

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Media Release: Black & White 2020 + Still in the Desert

Exhibitions: Black & White 2020 + Still in the Desert
9 May – 13 June 2020

FireWorks Gallery presents two curated group exhibitions with a blend of new artworks along with existing works from it’s stockrooms including painting, sculpture, prints and drawing in Black & White 2020 (downstairs) and Still in the Desert (upstairs).

COVID- 19 Updates

Given current concerns with COVID-19, FireWorks Gallery is maintaining the necessary precautions as advised by the Queensland and Australian Governments.
 
The Gallery has ample room for viewing the exhibitions & stockrooms and continues to operate within normal trading hours (Tue-Fri 10-6 Sat 10-5).
Appointments are recommended. Please contact Michael Eather (Director) michael@fireworksgallery.com.au  +61 418 192 845
 

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