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Blak to the Future

Overview

Take a step through a portal into an alternate reality: a future foretold by young Aboriginal people. They didn’t want to see us in their future – we had other plans. We’re still here and leading the way.

Curated by Rosie Kalina (Wemba Wemba, Gunditjmarra) and Hannah Morphy-Walsh (Niram Baluk), join us for an immersive arts experience made for us, by us. This exhibition sees young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists decolonising Narrm and celebrating a future that is blak, bright, young and deadly.

Featuring works by Rosie Kalina, Hannah Morphy-Walsh, Savanna Kruger, Yasmin Harradine, Katen Balla, Charlotte Allingham, Pierra Van Sparkes and Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance (WAR).

Mentor: Paola Balla

Special guests Remi and SojuGang will be performing at the official opening on Sunday 27 May, 2pm.

OPENING: Sunday 27 May, 2pm
EXHIBITION: 14 May – 9 June
VENUE: Roslyn Smorgon Gallery
COST: Free

View the full Wominjeka Festival 2018 program HERE.


FCAC acknowledges the support of the Department of Education and Training, Victoria, through the Strategic Partnerships Program.

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Presented as part of Wominjeka Festival 2018 and FCAC’s Indigenous Cultural Program. 

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1- Image courtesy of FCAC.


Date & Times

Start: Sunday, 13 May 2018 11:30 pm

End: Saturday, 9 June 2018 6:00 am

VENUE

FCAC Roslyn Smorgon Gallery

COST


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