Salt Water Murris'
Quandamooka Aboriginal Art Gallery
Salt Water Murris’ Quandamooka Art Gallery presents excellent and unique First Nations Art, Quandamooka Graphic Designs, Cultural workshops and performances, textiles and accessories, and a range of First Nation constructs perfect for gifts and souvenirs.
The purpose of the Salt Water Murris Quandamooka Art Gallery (SWMQ) is to promote and maintain the cultural capital of the clan groups - the Nunagal, Ngugi and Goenbal peoples of Quandamooka Country.
By operating a strong and sustainable Aboriginal contemporary visual art and craft centre, SWMQ manages the facilitation of the majority of cultural productions and professional development opportunities for Quandamooka artists.
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If you are looking for a relaxing, refreshing and rejuvenating experience altogether, we offer all of that under one roof.
Salt Water Murris Quandamooka artists can provide art and cultural workshops to guide participants on ways to build cross-cultural relationships, through art, Quandamooka history through story.
The Salt Water Murris’ - Quandamooka Inc (SWMQ) is a not-for-profit organisation and the majority of members are Traditional Custodians of Quandamooka Country, people from the Nunagal, Ngugi and the Goenbal Clans.
Arts and cultural expression has always played a vital part in Quandamooka society and continues to be an import element of the social fabric of Quandamooka people and the wider community.
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