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NAIDOC Exhibitions Opening Event


NAIDOC Exhibitions Opening Event
Artwork image: Uncle Greg Muir, Going On Tour, Acrylic on canvas, 51 cm x 41 cm


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following content contains information about a recently passed Elder. 


Kingston Arts welcome you to join us on Saturday 6 July, 1pm – 3pm at the Kingston Arts Centre as we celebrate three exhibitions presented in recognition of NAIDOC Week:

Kingston Arts are proud to support local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to exhibit in the galleries. We strive to champion local talents across the year and recognise NAIDOC Week as a time where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts, performance, music and cultures can be celebrated and enjoyed amongst all communities. By sharing cultures in this way, we hope to provide information and raise awareness of the rich and significant cultures of the First Peoples of Australia. 

This event will be opened with a Welcome to Country by the Bunurong Land Council. 

Uncle Greg Muir

It is with great sadness that we acknowledge the recent passing of the very talented and well-loved Uncle Gregory Roy Muir. Uncle Greg passed into the dreaming* whilst working towards this special NAIDOC exhibition, and with the blessing of the Muir family, Kingston Arts are honoured to present this exhibition, honouring his legacy as an artist and performer.

* ‘Dreaming’ is a term used amongst many Aboriginal communities that refers to the ‘spirit world’ that accompanies the physical one. It is believed that Creator spirits and Ancestors reside there and once someone passes away, they join them in the Dreaming. 

Vale Uncle Greg Muir 7.10.1953-14.6.2024

About NAIDOC Week 

National NAIDOC Week (7 July to 14 July 2024) celebrates and recognises the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It’s an opportunity for everyone to learn about First Nations cultures, histories and participate in celebrations. 


G1 and G2 Galleries are wheelchair accessible and accessible toilets are available.


Saturday 6 July, 1pm - 3pm


Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

979-985 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin


Two hours


Free Admission