Posted on October 7, 2016
Exhibition curated by Narelle Phillips of the Tuggeranong Arts Centre.
I am very excited to have been invited to take part in this exhibition. The opening was a great occasion and an opportunity to meet other artists working with the same subject matter.
My main piece in the show “Uncertain Voyage” was also used as the front cover of a new book published earlier this year by Irial Glynn –
Irial Glynn is a Marie Curie Intra-European Fellow at the Institute of History at Leiden University Netherlands. His research focuses on postwar Irish and Italian migration history, global trends in asylum policymaking from a historical perspective and the links between memory studies and migration studies.
Other recent works not included in this exhibition…
Category: Art, Asylum Seekers, Australia, Boat People, Canberra, Exhibition, Human Rights, PAINTINGS, Politics, Refugees, Uncategorized Tagged: Activism, Ampersand Duck, Art, Asylum Seekers, Australia, Barak Zelig, Boat People, Canberra, Irial Glynn, Leiden University, Lucile Carson, Mona Khizam, Narelle Phillips, Nicci haynes, Painting, Penny Ryan, Sean Davey, Tuggeranong Art Centre
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