Minjerribah Arts Trail
North Stradbroke Island has long been a destination for Indigenous and non-Indigenous arts and culture and The Minjerribah Arts Trail will help showcase more than 20 visual artists, weavers, ceramicists, jewellers, printmakers, photographers and sculptors who call the island home. The event will be held across the island’s three beautiful villages – Gumpi (Dunwich), Pulan (Amity Point) and Mulumba (Point Lookout). Over three consecutive weekends, you’ll be able to meet the artists and makers, gain an insight into their inspirations and practices, take part in workshops and stroll through the different galleries and studios.
Some of these artists will be holding special workshops where you can learn new skills and techniques that will help you to make pieces like woven earrings, woven bracelets, coil baskets, watercolour paintings and much more. There will also be a very special edition of the Point Lookout Community Markets on every Sunday throughout the three weeks with local artists and makers selling their wares.
To check out the full artist line-up and for further information, head to the Minjerribah Arts Trail website.