Here we meet at the Rockhampton Museum of Art, built upon Tunuba (Fitzroy River), a river that traverses the Central Queensland region, flowing through the towns and cities bringing with it life and activity. The river connects communities, cultures, industries and experiences; it’s where coast meets country and where our earliest histories meet present day.
Here We Meet illustrates and celebrates the region’s connectedness and long history of cooperation and collaboration, bringing together works by Karen Stephens, Belynda Waugh and Veronika Zeil. Each artist lives and works in regional Queensland with their work exploring concepts of place, the environment and celebrating what Central Queensland as a community represents.
This project was made possible by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, provided through Regional Arts Australia, administered in Queensland by Flying Arts Alliance.