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Response to the Bunyas Exhibition Opening

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Dogwood Crossing @ Miles

81 Murilla Street

Miles, QLD 4415

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This exhibition responds to the Bunya Mountains as experienced by Indigenous artists, artists who live on the mountain and visiting artists

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The Bunya Mountains, the traditional lands of the Wakka Wakka nation, is a vital and grounding place that attracts and connects, drawing on the rich tradition of bringing together people from near and far. The Bunyas have become a refuge for the world’s largest stand of ancient bunya pines Araucaria bidwillii and more than 30 threatened species. Today it is a retreat for people to rest and recharge, and for many incite a deep spiritual experience.

Image caption: Sharlene Smith | Bunya Mountain (detail) 2020 | Acrylic on canvas | 600mm x 760mm

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Dogwood Crossing @ Miles

81 Murilla Street

Miles, QLD 4415

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