Exhibitions

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

Man Cheung

Man Cheung

Every day, until 10th May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

Produced through the Artspace Artists in Residence Program and in collaboration with Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, Botanical Cosmos presents a stunning selection of plants found in the Mackay region. Using photography, video and sound, artist Man Cheung reveals the plants’ refined aesthetics, seductive forms and vivid colours in a series of unique botanical artworks.

Artist talk & brunch: Man Cheung / 10.30am Saturday 25 March, Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay
In 2016 Artspace Mackay and Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens came together to host Brisbane photo artist Man Cheung through the gallery’s Artist in Residence program. Based at the Botanic Gardens, Man spent two weeks photographing flowers unique to the region and worked alongside local amateur horticulturalists to highlight the beauty and importance of Mackay’s native flora. Join artist photographer Man Cheung at the gallery for insight into his residency and the work that it inspired.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

Man Cheung

Man Cheung

Every day, until 10th May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

Produced through the Artspace Artists in Residence Program and in collaboration with Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, Botanical Cosmos presents a stunning selection of plants found in the Mackay region. Using photography, video and sound, artist Man Cheung reveals the plants’ refined aesthetics, seductive forms and vivid colours in a series of unique botanical artworks.

Artist talk & brunch: Man Cheung / 10.30am Saturday 25 March, Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay
In 2016 Artspace Mackay and Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens came together to host Brisbane photo artist Man Cheung through the gallery’s Artist in Residence program. Based at the Botanic Gardens, Man spent two weeks photographing flowers unique to the region and worked alongside local amateur horticulturalists to highlight the beauty and importance of Mackay’s native flora. Join artist photographer Man Cheung at the gallery for insight into his residency and the work that it inspired.

Man Cheung

Man Cheung

Every day, until 10th May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

Produced through the Artspace Artists in Residence Program and in collaboration with Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, Botanical Cosmos presents a stunning selection of plants found in the Mackay region. Using photography, video and sound, artist Man Cheung reveals the plants’ refined aesthetics, seductive forms and vivid colours in a series of unique botanical artworks.

Artist talk & brunch: Man Cheung / 10.30am Saturday 25 March, Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay
In 2016 Artspace Mackay and Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens came together to host Brisbane photo artist Man Cheung through the gallery’s Artist in Residence program. Based at the Botanic Gardens, Man spent two weeks photographing flowers unique to the region and worked alongside local amateur horticulturalists to highlight the beauty and importance of Mackay’s native flora. Join artist photographer Man Cheung at the gallery for insight into his residency and the work that it inspired.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

Man Cheung

Man Cheung

Every day, until 10th May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

Produced through the Artspace Artists in Residence Program and in collaboration with Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, Botanical Cosmos presents a stunning selection of plants found in the Mackay region. Using photography, video and sound, artist Man Cheung reveals the plants’ refined aesthetics, seductive forms and vivid colours in a series of unique botanical artworks.

Artist talk & brunch: Man Cheung / 10.30am Saturday 25 March, Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay
In 2016 Artspace Mackay and Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens came together to host Brisbane photo artist Man Cheung through the gallery’s Artist in Residence program. Based at the Botanic Gardens, Man spent two weeks photographing flowers unique to the region and worked alongside local amateur horticulturalists to highlight the beauty and importance of Mackay’s native flora. Join artist photographer Man Cheung at the gallery for insight into his residency and the work that it inspired.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

Man Cheung

Man Cheung

Every day, until 10th May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

Produced through the Artspace Artists in Residence Program and in collaboration with Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, Botanical Cosmos presents a stunning selection of plants found in the Mackay region. Using photography, video and sound, artist Man Cheung reveals the plants’ refined aesthetics, seductive forms and vivid colours in a series of unique botanical artworks.

Artist talk & brunch: Man Cheung / 10.30am Saturday 25 March, Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay
In 2016 Artspace Mackay and Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens came together to host Brisbane photo artist Man Cheung through the gallery’s Artist in Residence program. Based at the Botanic Gardens, Man spent two weeks photographing flowers unique to the region and worked alongside local amateur horticulturalists to highlight the beauty and importance of Mackay’s native flora. Join artist photographer Man Cheung at the gallery for insight into his residency and the work that it inspired.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

Man Cheung

Man Cheung

Every day, until 10th May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

Produced through the Artspace Artists in Residence Program and in collaboration with Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, Botanical Cosmos presents a stunning selection of plants found in the Mackay region. Using photography, video and sound, artist Man Cheung reveals the plants’ refined aesthetics, seductive forms and vivid colours in a series of unique botanical artworks.

Artist talk & brunch: Man Cheung / 10.30am Saturday 25 March, Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay
In 2016 Artspace Mackay and Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens came together to host Brisbane photo artist Man Cheung through the gallery’s Artist in Residence program. Based at the Botanic Gardens, Man spent two weeks photographing flowers unique to the region and worked alongside local amateur horticulturalists to highlight the beauty and importance of Mackay’s native flora. Join artist photographer Man Cheung at the gallery for insight into his residency and the work that it inspired.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

Man Cheung

Man Cheung

Every day, until 10th May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

Produced through the Artspace Artists in Residence Program and in collaboration with Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, Botanical Cosmos presents a stunning selection of plants found in the Mackay region. Using photography, video and sound, artist Man Cheung reveals the plants’ refined aesthetics, seductive forms and vivid colours in a series of unique botanical artworks.

Artist talk & brunch: Man Cheung / 10.30am Saturday 25 March, Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay
In 2016 Artspace Mackay and Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens came together to host Brisbane photo artist Man Cheung through the gallery’s Artist in Residence program. Based at the Botanic Gardens, Man spent two weeks photographing flowers unique to the region and worked alongside local amateur horticulturalists to highlight the beauty and importance of Mackay’s native flora. Join artist photographer Man Cheung at the gallery for insight into his residency and the work that it inspired.

Man Cheung

Man Cheung

Every day, until 10th May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

Produced through the Artspace Artists in Residence Program and in collaboration with Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, Botanical Cosmos presents a stunning selection of plants found in the Mackay region. Using photography, video and sound, artist Man Cheung reveals the plants’ refined aesthetics, seductive forms and vivid colours in a series of unique botanical artworks.

Artist talk & brunch: Man Cheung / 10.30am Saturday 25 March, Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay
In 2016 Artspace Mackay and Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens came together to host Brisbane photo artist Man Cheung through the gallery’s Artist in Residence program. Based at the Botanic Gardens, Man spent two weeks photographing flowers unique to the region and worked alongside local amateur horticulturalists to highlight the beauty and importance of Mackay’s native flora. Join artist photographer Man Cheung at the gallery for insight into his residency and the work that it inspired.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

Man Cheung

Man Cheung

Every day, until 10th May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

Produced through the Artspace Artists in Residence Program and in collaboration with Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, Botanical Cosmos presents a stunning selection of plants found in the Mackay region. Using photography, video and sound, artist Man Cheung reveals the plants’ refined aesthetics, seductive forms and vivid colours in a series of unique botanical artworks.

Artist talk & brunch: Man Cheung / 10.30am Saturday 25 March, Gallery Three, Artspace Mackay
In 2016 Artspace Mackay and Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens came together to host Brisbane photo artist Man Cheung through the gallery’s Artist in Residence program. Based at the Botanic Gardens, Man spent two weeks photographing flowers unique to the region and worked alongside local amateur horticulturalists to highlight the beauty and importance of Mackay’s native flora. Join artist photographer Man Cheung at the gallery for insight into his residency and the work that it inspired.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.

ASSI150

ASSI150

Every day, until 21st May 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Opens March 21
Closed Mondays

2017 is a significant year that marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay. This anniversary is a significant milestone for our local Australian South Sea Islander (ASSI) community and an important part of Australia’s history.

Australian South Sea Islanders, despite the hardships they have suffered, are a strong and dynamic community who continue to make an enormous contribution to all aspects of life, not only in the Mackay region, but in the broader Australian community as well.

A selection of objects from the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences aims to introduce viewers to the cultural diversity, vitality and spirit resonance of Oceanic art and to some of its universe of forms, both old and new.

Art Sunday Twilight Film: TANNA / 6pm Sunday 14 May, Civic Precinct, Gordon St, Mackay
What a wonderful way to celebrate Mothers Day! Bring your family and friends, a picnic and some folding chairs for an enjoyable evening film in the green spaces of the Civic Centre Precinct. In conjunction with Artspace’s exhibition ASSI 150, commemorating 150 years since the arrival of South Sea Islanders to Mackay, Artspace proudly announces a free public showing of Tanna, an extraordinary, award-winning Australia/Vanuatu co-production film. Tanna is a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story set in one of the world's last true tribal societies. It is the first feature film shot entirely in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, in a village called Yakel.