Blak to the Future III
FCAC Temporarily Closed – Blak to the Future III Exhibition Postponed.
In light of the Australian Government’s recent advice on COVID-19, Blak to the Future III has been postponed until 14 April. Please click here to read our full media release outlining the impact on upcoming events.
The impact of COVID-19 will be drastically felt by artists, arts workers as well as independent and small to medium organisations including FCAC. As a venue, our sustainability is largely tied to the delivery of our programs and hiring of our facilities, which has been adversely impacted by COVID-19. If you have the capacity to provide a financial contribution to support the artists, arts workers and communities we platform, you can do so by clicking here.
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The Blak to the Future III exhibition is a world beyond the apocalypse. On the Western frontier of this so-called state, artist and curator Rosie Kalina brings young Blak creatives together in a powerful display of the decolonised future.
*CANCELLED – OPENING NIGHT: Friday 20 March, 6pm
PROCEEDING EXHIBITION: 14 April – 3 May
VENUE: FCAC Roslyn Smorgon Gallery
Presented as a part of FCAC’s Indigenous Cultural Program with the support of Maribyrnong City Council and the Australian Government Department of Communications and the Arts, Indigenous Languages and Arts Program. Media sponsorship provided by Triple R.
1 – Image by Gianna Rizzo.