Photography by Jo-Anne Driessens

Throughout this exhibition Jo-Anne Driessens recalls key moments in her personal journey as a professional photographer. The significance of South Brisbane’s cultural precinct is her focus as she reflects upon the capacity of her photography to document important connections made through the gathering of First Nations people on these ancient lands, this place where so many significant stories continue to be shared.

Hear from patrons who have recently visited the exhibition:

“Revelatory and celebratory.” Brad, Deewhy (Sydney)
“Beautiful, haunting, nostalgic and hopeful.” Heather and Carlos, Toowoomba
“So very special. Every photograph has so much depth and resilience. Huge congratulations to Jo-Anne.” Keiron, Quandamooka

Exhibition Opening Hours for July

Tue 12 Jul to Sun 17 Jul 12pm to 7:30pm
Tue 19 Jul to Sun 24 Jul 12pm to 7:30pm

Tue 26 Jul 12pm to 6:30pm
Wed 27 Jul to Sat 30 Jul 12pm to 7:30pm

Presented by QPAC’s Clancestry – A Celebration of Country