MEDIA & EVENTS

GLENNYS BRIGGS

Black History Month 2022: Glennys Briggs – Minjaara Art 

Thursday 14 July

10:30am to 12pm

Kelvin Groove QUT Foundry (Library)

149 Victoria Park Rd, Kelvin Grove 4059

Lotjpatj Natjan Danak

Sculpture Walk

Featuring the works of 15 Yorta Yorta artists.

Murray Cod Sculpture designed by Glennys Briggs.

After the Fact

Glennys Briggs

12 February to 7 March 2022

Curated by Nina Machielse Hunt

Event Launch: Friday 11 February 5:30pm to 7pm

Smoking Ceremony

Artist talk. All welcome.

Beechworth Contemporary Art Space

Open 10-5 Thursday – Sunday

29A Camp Street, Beechworth VIC

beechtorthcontemporary@gmail.com

T: 0421 072 098

New home

Rejuvenation of the Mangroves have found a beautiful home in Glenrowan, Victoria.

Creators Artspace

New exhibition opening at Creators Artspace on Friday 16th July @ 6.00 pm

Glennys Briggs is an indigenous visual artist recently moved to the Nth East from the Gold Coast.

Her work reflects a strong connection to land, culture and history through the mediums of painting , sculpture installation, and sound, wearable art and possum skin cloak making. However her main art practice is Printmaking.

Creators Artspace is currently open from 10.30am till 4.00pm – Thursday till Saturday.

After the fact

From Saturday 15th May to Saturday 10 July 2021 at the Filkenstein Gallery

As Glennys explains – ‘My name is Glennys Briggs. I am a YortaYorta/Taungurung woman from Central Victoria. I have cultural affiliations with my great grandmother’s people, the Wiradjurri in Central NSW and my father’s adopted family of Mannalegenna’s Palawa people in Tasmania.

“After the fact”, this phrase is often used in legal terms, meaning that after a crime is committed the facts can’t be changed, so it is with history. However writers have continually blurred the lines when writing about the invasion and colonization of this country. The oral statement of facts from the Indigenous view was never taken into account. I do not nor will not compromise with the telling through an Indigenous lens’

The exhibition will run from Saturday 15th May to Saturday 10 July 2021.

We look forward to hosting an opening event and talk with Glennys Briggs on Saturday 12 June at 3pm

Drinks and nibbles will be provided…

Please RSVP to ask@finkelsteingallery.com by Thursday 10 June to keep numbers appropriate for our space.

Please click on link below or use our booking button on our website to make an appointment to view the exhibition – https://FinkelsteinGalleryappointments.as.me/

Where: Basement 2 / 1 Victoria Street, Windsor VIC 3181 (Please press 099 and bell icon on buzzer)

GET IN TOUCH

WITH GLENNYS BRIGGS

If you require any information about paintings, art or workshops please send an email and I'll be in touch soon.

Wodonga, VIC, Australia

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