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2018 Gab Titui Indigenous Art Award
26 July - 15 September 2018 | Wabunaw Geth Gallery | Featuring 52 works by artists from communities throughout the Torres Strait and Northern Peninsula Area.
Gab Titui Indigenous Art Award 2008-2017
Since 2008 the Gab Titui Indigenous Art Award has brought together contemporary works from across the Torres Strait and Northern Peninsula Area in a celebration of the unique cultures and talents of our communities.
75th Anniversary of the Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion
The 75th Anniversary of the Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion exhibition celebrated the courage and sacrifice of our forebears and First Nations Australians nation-wide to the service of their country.
Indigenous Australians at War: from the Boer War to the present
This award-winning Shrine of Remembrance travelling exhibition presents Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders stories drawn from all over Australia.
Evolution: Torres Strait Masks
A cultural maintenance exhibition by the Gab Titui Cultural Centre, opened on 18 June 2015 and exhibited at the National Museum of Australia from May-June 2017.
Keriba Ad/Ngoelmun Gidhal
23 July 2013 - 17 June 2015. Keriba Ad/Ngoelmun Gidhal (Our Stories) explored a range of culturally or historically significant stories identified by each of the communities in the Torres Strait and Northern Peninsula Area.
Gab Titui 10th Anniversary Celebrations
Celebrating ten years since the opening of the Gab Titui Cultural Centre on Thursday Island - the Torres Strait's first keeping place for historical artefacts and contemporary Indigenous art.
Muruygawmal Muykupal Pathamukmik
28 September - 30 November 2011. Part of Gab Titui's Ephraim Bani Commemorative Program, the Muruygawmal Muykupal Pathamukmik commemorative display highlighted the vast contributions made by Mr Bani to the Torres Strait region, its people and their culture.
Sibuwanay/Tar Digri: Giving of the Gift
14 April - 29 October 2011. Using cultural identity as a guiding theme, individuals and communities selected objects for this exhibition that could best represent their community, resulting in Sibuwanay/Tar Digri: Giving of the Gift.