'Gum Study' by Ellie Anderson
5:30pm to 10:00pm
In celebration of this year’s National Archaeology Week, Council will be projecting Ellie Anderson’s Gum Study onto the William Jolly Bridge from 13–17 May 2020, from 5:30–10pm each night.
Ellie Anderson is a Brisbane based visual artist, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Queensland College of Art (Griffith University). Anderson’s practice has explored a multitude of mediums yet continues to use her natural surroundings and environment as a common theme.
National Archaeology Week is a celebration of Australia's archaeology and cultural heritage, including its Aboriginal and historical past. This week-long event will provide people with the opportunity to meet real archaeologists, join archaeological digs, attend special lectures and much more.
National Archaeology Week is supported by Council’s Suburban Community Festival Funding Program.
Artwork information: 'Gum Study' by Ellie Anderson, 2019 mixed media. Courtesy of the artist.
No bookings required.
William Jolly Bridge, Brisbane City
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