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Group Exhibition: HOME GROWN, A Critical Past

March 28 - April 21

Kathie Najar, A Whisper of Hope (detail), 2024. Courtesy: the artist and Art Space on The Concourse, Sydney.

Art Space on The Concourse presents a Willoughby City Council group exhibition exploring how artists respond to the past to inform the future. We know the future poses many challenges, but what can we take from the past into the future? Similarly, what should we leave behind to better inform future decision making?

Reality collapse, global tensions, climate change, increased loneliness, social unrest and events that will necessitate migration are but a few current and impending affairs that make our sense of the future seem uncertain. HOME GROWN; A Critical Past seeks to synthesise what matters to Willoughby City’s artists and the role it plays in giving voice to community concerns, with a special perspective of looking at the past to find solutions for the future.

Exhibited artists include Katrina Beissel, Jennifer Brady, Rena Czaplinska-Archer, Sarah Fitzgerald, Terhi Hakola, Anne Levitch, Alison Locke, Auntie Jeanie Moran, Jennifer Mullen, Kathie Najar, Tym Yee, Fangmin Wu and Sairi Yoshizawa.

Opening Event: Thursday 28 March, 6 – 8pm.

Details

Start:
March 28
End:
April 21

Organiser

Art Space on The Concourse
Phone
+61 2 9777 7972
Email
visualArt@willoughby.nsw.gov.au
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Venue

Art Space on The Concourse
409 Victoria Avenue
Chatswood, NSW 2057 Australia
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Phone
+61 2 8075 8100
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Details

Start:
March 28
End:
April 21

Organiser

Art Space on The Concourse
Phone
+61 2 9777 7972
Email
visualArt@willoughby.nsw.gov.au
View Organiser Website

Venue

Art Space on The Concourse
409 Victoria Avenue
Chatswood, NSW 2057 Australia
+ Google Map
Phone
+61 2 8075 8100
View Venue Website