The Moonlighting in Moffat exhibition was unveiled at Dogwood Crossing on Saturday 23 September. It unearths the story of the Kenniff brothers, two siblings who were charged with murder in 1902 while living in the remote Upper Warrego district of Western Queensland. Artist Karen Knight-Mudie tramped the rugged Mount Moffatt region, visiting strategic sites, talking with locals, and painting the landscape to capture their story of camaraderie and survival. The opening night also featured the launch of Imagination Is A Wonderful Thing by the Miles State High School Visual Art students and Darryn Campbell’s Stargate installation.

Read about artist Carol McCormack’s upcoming exhibition at Dogwood Crossing here.

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