You're invited to the exhibition, Connections@Seventh, opening on Wednesday April 19 at SEVENTH Gallery, Fitzroy.
Connections@SEVENTH examines the different approaches to recording and reviewing personal history(s) in multicultural Australia. SEVENTH’s collaboration with C.A.S brings artists from the outer south-east suburbs from diverse cultural backgrounds into the hub of Melbourne’s art world.
>>Chantelle Key creates representational narrative ink drawings on tracing paper that are layered and can be disrupted and rearranged for different readings.
>>Kosar Majani is an experienced multidisciplinary artist who re contextualises her Persian background using pattern to deal with the concept of coverage.
>> A prolific self taught painter from Afghanistan, Qurban Ali works in many styles across watercolour, acrylic and oil. His work aims to expose truths of the world to people via narrative and figurative illustration.
>>Exploring innovative use of materials, Goran Gajic’s work represents the renowned inventor Nikola Tesla in relation to his life’s work.
Can you come to the Exhibition Opening Night on April 19?
YES, I will come on April 19 to SEVENTH Gallery, Fitzroy.
MAYBE, I want to come to the Exhibition Opening Night but I am unsure
NO, I can't come to the opening night but I would like to see the exhibition
How did you hear about this exhibition?
Life Without Barriers
If you are taking public transport, you can take a tram from Parliament Station in the city:
Or, if you are coming from Dandenong you can get a lift with us!
We are offering free travel for any Art-lovers in Dandenong (and surrounding suburbs) that want to come to the Exhibition Opening at SEVENTH Gallery. We know that Fitzroy is not close and so we have found some friendly volunteers that are willing to be an Uber for the night.
Would you like support with transport to Fitzroy and back?
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