Jennifer Mullett and Ben Pender

Jennifer’s work is a re-connection to personal memories and experiences and a representation of identity that explores the symbolism used in paintings, artifacts and storytelling of the Gunaikurnai, Bidawal and Ngarigu (Monaro) peoples.

Jennifer Mullett is the daughter of Uncle Albert Mullett and Aunty Rachel Mullett, and the mother of Ben Pender. Jennifer’s work is held in public galleries and museums, including the National Gallery of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria and Koorie Heritage Trust, Melbourne.

Image: Jennifer Mullett, “Why the Robin has a red breast” Tutbring (Robin) Gook Gook (Owl)

21 June – 27 July 2024
Special opening event 5.30pm Friday 21 June.
All welcome. FREE

About This Event

When & Where

East Gippsland Art Gallery: 21/06/2024

Presented by:

East Gippsland Art Gallery

Art Form:

Visual Arts

Booking Details: FREE no need to book

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