Art Events


Aboriginal Art Tour

Date: 18th November 2021

Location: Sydney, NSW

East Coast Encounter Art Centre is best known for organising and hosting events, galleries and exhibitions all across Australia. We have been depicting important stories from our history through beautiful visual arts. We promote, support and nurture Aboriginal, Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Art and culture.


Indigenous Art Fair

Date: 10th December 2021

Location: Gold Coast, Queensland

Come and celebrate Indigenous Australian art, craft, food and culture at our fair. Everyone is welcome to join this event. If you want to know the Australian history or discover the Aboriginal culture, be a part of this event. The objective behind Indigenous Art Fair is to strengthen and celebrate Australia oldest cultures through our event. We also create professional opportunities for artists and writers of Aboriginal culture. Various contributors will be participating in this art fair to help people understand the importance of our rich history, culture and oldest tradition of Australia.


Undiscovered Paintings & Art Exhibition

Date: 26th December, 2021

Location: Melbourne, Victoria

This particular event represents the rhythms of the land and waterways where indigenous people have cultivated, hunted and liver for thousands of years. The paintings are created by Australia’s most talented indigenous artist who has contributed his skills to help people know about our history. All are welcome to join this exhibition on 26th December 2021. There will be a short talk about the artists, beautiful culture and other key aspects that can help you know everything about Aboriginal Art. If you want to know more about this exhibition, call our executives and know the entrance fee and timings.


Contemporary Indigenous Art Exhibition

Date: 30th December, 2021

Location: Gold Coast, Queensland

Two Aboriginal artists have created beautiful paintings that bring the tropical heat and vibrant coastal colours straight from North Queensland to their latest exhibition. Ross and Jack use fluid paint surfaces that helped them create liner design that depicts well our historical stories. The event will represent contemporary art by amalgamating traditional artistic approach. If you are interested in this event, book your ticket today. You will explore the full moon nights, lagoons and bamboo thickets and monsoonal rains over the ocean in the form of visual designs and arts.


Art Exhibition: Tjukurrpa Creation Stories

Date: 3rd January, 2022

Location: Melbourne Victoria

Anangu women artists from our land are renowned for their vibrant and bold coloured paintings depicting the Tjukurrpa creation stories and historical events. The narratives in the event focus on the beautiful of Aboriginal art and culture. Each artist from this particular event stays connected with the traditional values and cultural stories in the best possible ways. You can be a part of this event and enjoy the world of Indigenous culture and traditions. There is no entry fee for students who are learning Aboriginal art.


Sounds of Summer Exhibition

Date: 20th January, 2022

Location: Canberra, ACT

At East Coast Encounter Art Centre brings you the outstanding paintings that fill us with the thoughts of summer, sounds of the heat, direct sunlight and rhythms in the southern hemisphere. Aboriginal artists have continued to craft in studios as well as communities around the country. These paintings test the culture and history of Aboriginal art. You can join this exhibition and give visual treat to your eyes. For more details, feel free to contact us and know about the entry fees.

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East Coast Encounter Art Centre

Explore the best indigenous artwork available in Brisbane by local and emerging artists. We are passionate about encouraging visual representations of dreamtime stories passed down through generations. Additionally, you will find exhibitions for paintings, photographs and other art representing ethics, culture, historical events and more. Come visit us now!

Contact Info

28 Flint St, Inala Brisbane QLD 4077, Australia
(07) 3806 5496