Tony Albert: We Can Be Heroes


Tony Albert: We Can Be Heroes' is a Children Arts Centre interactive exhibition exploring how we can all be empowered, by overcoming our fears and starring the children of Warakuna.

The evocative artworks for display were created in collaboration between with children and artists from Warakurna and Tony Albert, including the photographic series Warakurna - Superheroes 2017 and illuminated paintings featuring the Mamu, the fearful trickster spirits found in Warakurna.

Tony Albert: We Can Be Heroes'

Young visitors to GOMA's Childrens Art Centre can get inspired and create their own digital superhero identity, assemble a monster using collage sheets designed by the artist, and bring creatures of the artist's imagination to life.

Tony Albert: We Can Be Heroes'

Nice to know - 'Tony Albert: We Can Be Heroes' is the tenth Australian artist project to be developed in collaboration with the Children's Art Centre.

Children Arts Centre


Stanley Place

South Brisbane

Until Oct 7

Daily 10-5



Stanley Place South Brisbane

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