Both Sides of the Street exhibition
Different perspectives on what it means to live in contemporary Australian society.
Arika Roo Waulu | Cecilia Kavara Verran | Dulcie Stewart
Georgia MacGuire | Gina Ropiha | Jason Baerg | Jen Rae
Kirsten Lyttle | Maree Clarke | Nadia Faragaab
Peter Waples-Crowe | Racquel Austin-Abdullah
Simon Rose Steven Rhall | Susan Forrester | Siying Zhou
Texta Queen | Treahna Hamm | Vicki Couzens
Curated by Kimba Thompson
Assistant Curator: Eugenia Flynn
Exhibition Friday 19 June to Sunday 19 July 2015
Opening: Thursday 18 June, 6 - 8 pm
Artist talks: Saturday 27 June, 2.30 pm
Both Sides of the Street brings together artists from different disciplines with different perspectives on what it means to live in contemporary Australian society; what it means to live on both sides of the street. It will include works that are a direct result of dialogue between artists from different communities. Contemporary artists from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds will be invited to work with contemporary First Peoples artists, exchanging personal experiences, beliefs and traditional and spiritual knowledge. Both sides of the Street is an exchange and celebration of cultural identity through art making, and is part of an ongoing dialogue within global Indigenous societies.
Image courtesy the Indigenous Social Justice Association
Entry to the gallery is always free.
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