Rangebow of MicroGalleries

9th July - 30 September
Free Event
Little May's Cafe, Main Street, Montville

Art makes our hearts sing!

Enjoy an extended Rangebow art program this year, at these MicroGalleries across the Range:

9 July - 6 August @ Little May Espresso, Montville

Featuring work by internationally renowned artist, Uncle Paul Constable Calcott (Wiradjuri). Uncle Paul lives on Gubbi Gubbi country, and is a First Nations artist who also supports other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists living with disability.

These works were created in response to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD), including accessibility, health, right to privacy, and freedom from exploitation and abuse. They are stories of strength and resilience.

You might also know Uncle Paul as hotpinkgoanna.com !

Artwork by Paul Constable Calcott
Artwork by Paul Constable Calcott

29 July - 30 August @ St Mary's Church, Montville
Rangebow celebrates the creative life and spirit of the Blackall Range, and promotes the values of diversity, inclusion, sustainability and reconciliation.

This exhibition is by local artists living with disability. Australia's National Cultural Policy describes a vision for "a place for every story and a story for every place," and that ambition lies at the heart of the Rangebow Festival too.

All of these works are available for purchase.

2 Sept - 30 Sept @ Maleny Library
Stories of the hinterland community, by the hinterland community.

Re-live highlights from our very first festival with this Rangebow Festival (2022) photo series by Simon Lutkin and Eva-Marie Seeto.

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We acknowledge the Jinibara people and the Gubbi Gubbi people, the traditional custodians of the different areas of country on which The Rangebow Festival takes place and we pay our respects to indigenous elders, past, present and emerging.