A new series of outdoor artworks pays tribute to Brisbane River and surrounding waterways
Reflections - A Reflection of Brisbane's Waterways, showcases and celebrates Brisbane-based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
The series was launched by Brisbane Council as part of its Outdoor Gallery's Indigenous Art Program.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said the Brisbane River, or Maiwar, has long held special significance to First Nations people.
"The artworks in this year's exhibition focus on the beauty and significance of the Brisbane River and surrounding waterways across our suburbs," he said.
The Indigenous Art Program is an important part of the Outdoor Gallery - which features everything from large scale banners to installations and night-time projections.
This latest exhibition showcases artworks from 11 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, including curator BINGKIN and Luke Mallie.
The council put out a call to the community for artists looking to contribute, with both emerging and established artists responding.
The exhibition will also offer walking tours, artists talks, workshops and guided virtual reality experiences.
It runs until October 2 in various locations throughout Brisbane.
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