January 23rd, 2019
Nine Girringun artists have completed an extraordinary outdoor installation of five sculptural Bagu, as part of a commission from the Cairns Performing Art Centre. Artists Clarence Kinjun, Emily an
Ceramic artists from both Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre and Erub Arts came together for an artistic exchange recently at Muulga near Cardwell.
2018 saw Erub Arts enjoy its greatest economic growth to date, supported by a number of international projects, award wins, exhibitions and cross-cultural collaborations.
Now well underway, throughout August to December the arts development workshops are being facilitated by Edwina Circuitt and they are producing fantastic results.
Many will know Maxine from her previous role at Gab Titui on Thursday Island. Maxine has worked extensively with local government and artists from both Torres Strait and Cape York.
December 17th, 2018
For many non-Aboriginal Australians, exposure to Indigenous culture often comes initially through viewing and learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.
July 1st, 2018
Evolution: Torres Strait Masks was developed by the Gab Titui Cultural Centre, in partnership with the National Museum of Australia (NMA) in 2015. It explores the importance of ceremonial masks in
A work titled Sea Journeys began in 2013 when Erub Arts sought to reconnect with New Caledonia.
Intertwined was commissioned as part of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Festival 2018, and showcased Aboriginal and Torres Strait art through fashion.
IJP founder and curator, Emily McCulloch Childs, and contemporary jeweller, Melinda Young, hosted the week-long workshop, which taught artists new techniques in jewellery making and design. Artist