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Boundless Plains: Creative Conversations

I am privileged to be part of this significant multi-disciplinary show kicking off tomorrow night @ Annandale Creative Arts Centre

To be part of such a great initiative is humbling and empowering at the same time – using my God given gifts to try and make the world a better place for peoples whom are suffering is one of the highest callings.

More information is on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/691143407607563/?ref=22

Quoting:

“Exhibition opening, performances & forum
Sat 9th Aug, 6:30pm
Exhibition open Sun 10th Aug, 1-4pm;
Mon – Wed 11th-13th Aug, 4-8pm

Over 30 artists, of different disciplines, have joined the Creative Conversation and are creating new works to reflect on current issues facing asylum seekers in Australia. These works will culminate in an exhibition opening and performance evening, with an invitation to explore the issues from different perspectives. Joining the voices of the artists, will be a panel of speakers, bringing to the conversation experience in working with asylum seekers on the ground, as well as on their behalf in policy and activism.

Entry by donation, $10 (suggested min.)
All proceeds will go to the Asylum Seekers Centre, Newtown

You are also invited to bring goods towards the ASC food bank. (See details below)

Panel speakers include:
Matt Anslow (Love Makes a Way)
Penny Elsley (The Welcome Dinner Project)
Greg Lake (former Director of Offshore Processing, Immigration Department)
Stefania Ruidiaz El-Khoury (Asylum Seekers Centre)

Visual Artists include:
Mike Barnard
Chidzey
Gareth Cowley
Rozee Cutrone
Rose Downie
Amanda Joy Hallihan
Jessica Hodgkinson
Anke Klevjer
Aaron Moore
Rachael Sawyer
Mary van den Berk
Digby Webster
Sarah Woodward

Performing Artists include:
Tamara Caroline Argall
Stephen Davis
Kirsty Elwell
Zoe Hale & Cherie Lee
Daniel Hopkins
Colleen O’Connell
Tanya Riches & Tim Sheerman
Madison Roland-Evans
Philip Wilcox
Troy Wong
Helen Wright

More info and artist’s profiles are available there. I strongly suggest you get along to be educated, help, and be part of the solution, not part of the problem.

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?” ― Martin Luther King Jr.

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