You’re invited to the exhibition, Connections@Seventh, opening on Wednesday April 19 (6pm) at SEVENTH Gallery (155 Gertrude St Ftzroy)
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.
Online Form to RSVP HERE (This is mostly for people to fill in if you want a lift from Dandenong to Fitzroy and back – we are offering this for a limited number of people!)
This exhibition is curated by Connection Arts Space, with support from SEVENTH Gallery.
Dandenong Artist Talk in Walker St Theatre: Saturday April 22nd 11.30AM – 12.30PM