Curator Eleanor Scicchitano has brought together seven women to explore the challenges and hypocrisies of being a twenty-first century feminist. As part of the inaugural FRAN Festival 2017, the exhibition presents a multitude of female voices attempting to reconcile their desires and needs.

 

ARTISTS

Jacqueline Bradley (ACT) Chantal Henley (QLD) Deborah Prior (SA) Alex Pye (NSW) Amanda Radomi (SA) Olivia White (SA) Meg Wilson (SA)

 

Image: Olivia White, Tossed Guilt Salad, (detail), 2017, oil on linen

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Naomi Hobson: Adolescent Wonderland
  • Visual Arts

Naomi Hobson: Adolescent Wonderland

27th January 2023 — 1st September 2023

Naomi Hobson’s Adolescent Wonderland is a series of photographs that tell the real-life story of young Aboriginal people in remote Australia

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Our Corka Bubs by Gina Rings
  • Kids
  • Theatre

Our Corka Bubs by Gina Rings

9th February 2023 — 25th May 2023

Presented by Insite Arts

Grounded in Aboriginal culture, Our Corka Bubs offers captivating storytelling through movement and music, inspired by Ngarrindjeri culture and language. 

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