Maiwar is a city-wide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander contemporary art exhibition on display around Brisbane during May 2017.
Maiwar is the traditional word used to refer to the waterway now known as the Brisbane River, making it a fitting name for this exhibition.
More about Maiwar
Learn more about the talented artists whose artworks will be on display during Maiwar 2017.
Sit in on a curator talk or discover the artworks of Maiwar with an expert on a free guided walking tour.
Learn more about the awe-inspiring, contemporary artworks that will be on display during Maiwar 2017.
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This year artworks will be featured in Eagle Lane, Fish Lane, Hutton Lane, King George Square car park, Giffin Lane, Irish Lane, Burnett Lane, Museum of Brisbane and William Jolly Bridge.
Artwork location map
Maiwar curators - BlakLash Collective
Freja Carmichael, Katina Davidson and Amanda Hayman are BlakLash Collective.
BlakLash are a newly established collective, developed out of our longstanding working relationships and identified need for culturally appropriate representation in the consultation, development and delivery of creative projects involving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.