KEEP THE FIRE BURNING! BLAK, LOUD AND PROUD

KAIELA ARTS’ NAIDOC 2024 EXHIBITION. Kaiela Arts is proud to announce a new exhibition opening on Tuesday 9 July celebrating this year’s NAIDOC Week Theme, Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud.

When:
9 July – 20 August 2024
Where:
Kaiela Arts, 530 Wyndham Street, Shepparton
Cost:
FREE, bookings required for the exhibition opening
WWW:
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The exhibition will honour Ancestors and Country, proudly displaying the vitality and resilience of First Nations cultures and storytelling in contemporary forms. 

The exhibition will bring together a range of new solo and collaborative works created by Aboriginal artists and Elders spanning three generations, with deep connections to Yorta Yorta country.

Paintings and weaving will feature strongly in the exhibition alongside a collection of new of screen-printed homewares that have been developed in our studio, inspired by fresh-water country, plant-life and colour palettes.

Kaiela Arts warmly invites everyone to come and experience this special exhibition paying homage to the fire that is the enduring strength and vitality of First Nations cultures. 

The exhibition will be a vibrant, joyous and unapologetic celebration of Aboriginal identity – ‘Blak, Loud and Proud’!

Exhibition opening – Tuesday 9 July 2024, 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Exhibition dates – Tuesday 9 July – Tuesday 20 August 2024
Gallery opening hours – Mon, Wed, Thur and Fri 10am – 4pm and Sat 10am – 3pm

To register for the exhibition opening please click here or on the button below.

Artwork – detail of Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud & Proud by Cynthia Hardie, 2024, Acrylic on Belgian Linen.

Supported by: Creative Victoria, IVAIS, Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative, Greater Shepparton City Council, Regional Arts Victoria

For more information
Contact: Kaiela Arts (03) 5821 9842 or email