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Harmony Art Collective 2018

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Every day until Fri 27 Apr 2018
Don’t miss this year’s installation of the Harmony Art Collective – the second inspiring exhibition of artworks that reflect Australia’s rich cultural diversity, created by hundreds of newly arrived migrants, to disadvantaged youth and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth at nationwide workshops, under the guidance of four of our country’s best-known urban artists.

Come to OPEN at Darling Quarter see the 16 large-scale artworks produced by the young participants alongside stenciller Luke Cornish (aka E.L.K.), mural master Georgia Hill, illustrator Jeremyville, and large-scale street artist Fintan Magee during their five-month national tour of local community centres in Darwin (NT), Westmead-Girraween (NSW), Wyndham (VIC), Mirrabooka (WA), Ipswich (QLD), and Salisbury (SA).

The Harmony Art Collective project also features four short documentaries made by videographer Billy Zammit about the artists and participants at the workshops, which will be broadcast on SBS VICELAND and SBS Learn.

It’s a triumph of social exchange as the 15 to 24-year-old new arrivals communicate their beliefs, backgrounds and experiences to the wider community and reflect back to us who we as a nation are, and who we could be.

The exhibition is a collaboration between Special Broadcasting Service (SBS), the Australian Government and aMBUSH Gallery, and is part of Harmony Day on 21 March. It’s open 24/7 daily, and is free of charge to the general public.
Open at Darling Quarter, 1-11 Harbour Street, Sydney

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