Dabaa.malang Guyulgang 

Dabaa.malang Guyulgang is the inaugural exhibition of Laneway Lightbox Open-Air Gallery. Launching during NAIDOC Week 2023, it features local female First Nations artists Glennys Briggs, Teisha Maksymow-McGuiness, Patricia Cerminara and Brittany Wright (AWAHS Koori Women’s group). The artists explore uneasy narratives, unravel displacement and trauma, and discover cultural heritage that has existed throughout time, in search…

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Australian Stories

New England Contemporary Print Gallery | Glennys Briggs Showcasing: September 9 –  October 21, 2023 Print artists share their Australian experience through original etchings, relief prints, collographs and more. Other articies include:Jenny Bourne, David Frazer, Lizzie Horne, Chris Lawry, Michael Leunig, Maggie Stein and Peta West.

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WANGARATTA TEXTILE AWARDS

2023 FINALIST: Glennys Briggs In the pieces submitted for the Wangaratta Textile Award, she is endeavoring to tell the stories which for so long have been denied, forgotten, untold and have gone unknowledge. The materials and images which have been used in the Cloak of Sorrow reference the massacres which resulted from invasion.  10 June – 20…

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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

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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…

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