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Growing Up with Cancer

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
27 Young People who have had Cancer

Growing Up with Cancer is an innovative project using research and creative practice to understand the experience of having cancer during adolescence and young adulthood. Funded through an Australian Research Council Linkage Grant (LP0883632), it brought together researchers, artists, advocates and clinicians at the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine at the University of Sydney, the University of Newcastle, the Children's Hopsital at Westmead and CanTeen.

Dates of Exhibition: 
Sat, 06/01/2013 - Fri, 07/19/2013
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Photolines

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
9 Young Indigenous Photographers

PHOTOLINES

Photography by Amanda Fowler, Anthony Fowler, Bianca Roberts, Keisha Webb, Tara Chan, Thomas Bassinder, Yale MacGillivray, Zacharia Elbourne, Zoe Betar, 

Indigenous Changemaking Photography ‘Participatory photography is letting people make images that tell their own life stories’ – Kyle Knight The biggest institutions in Australian photography joined forces with the Indigenous Sector to design and deliver a development opportunity with young, passionate and creative Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Sydney.

Dates of Exhibition: 
Fri, 05/17/2013 - Sun, 06/23/2013
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In the Shadow of The King

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
Fiona Wolf

In The shadow of The King photographed by Fiona Wolf 2012.

Head On Portrait Prize winner Fiona Wolf is showing a documentary series catching the odd balls and quirks of the annual Elvis Festival in Parkes. In 2012 she sets out to photograph the train ride to Parkes from Sydney and shakes a leg in the country town of Parkes in NSW from early morning performances to late night shows of Elvis impersonators and their Elvis- hungry fans.

Dates of Exhibition: 
Tue, 05/21/2013 - Fri, 06/21/2013
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Thirsty

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
Monica Buscarino

Monica Buscarino transforms thoughts into photography, telling stories through her eyes.

Dates of Exhibition: 
Thu, 05/30/2013 - Sun, 06/23/2013
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Antarctic Whale Warriors

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
Glenn Lockitch

Sea Shepherd’s Operation Zero Tolerance was their ninth Antarctic anti-whaling defence campaign and its most successful to date saving 932 whales from slaughter by Japanese whalers.

From news to daily life photos Antarctic Whale Warriors portrays the strategic, dangerous and courageous fight by the 120 volunteer Sea Shepherd marine activists from 25 countries to save the lives of whales that each year are illegally killed in the Antarctic Whale Sanctuary.

Dates of Exhibition: 
Tue, 05/28/2013 - Sun, 06/30/2013
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UNRAVEL

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
Katie Pashley

UNRAVEL Artist Statement - Photographer Katie Pashley p / i / c / k / u / p  - Artist collaboration with creative co-director Philip Channells

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Dates of Exhibition: 
Tue, 06/11/2013 - Sat, 07/06/2013
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Our Elders- Photographic Portraits of Bankstown Aboriginal Elders by Mervyn Bishop

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
Mervyn Bishop

 A series of 14 Black and White large scale photographs of local Aboriginal Elders from the Bankstown area

Dates of Exhibition: 
Thu, 05/30/2013 - Fri, 06/14/2013
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Facing Futures Free From Fear

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
Josh Wodak

‘Facing Futures Free From Fear’ is a portrait series about facing future climate change and sea level rise. The diptych portraits contrast future sea level scenarios rise should global temperatures increase more or less than two degrees by 2028.

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Dates of Exhibition: 
Wed, 05/22/2013 - Fri, 06/14/2013
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Beyond the Boat

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
Asylum Seekers Project

"Beyond the boat" is a journey beyond asylum.

 The collection of images represent the personal attributes of five refugees seeking asylum in Australia.

 Each person arrived on a boat, and after spending time in a detention centre, are now housed in the community whilst they await the outcome of their visa applications.

 The exhibition provides insight into why these people risk their lives, and the lives of their families to journey to Australia.

Dates of Exhibition: 
Thu, 05/16/2013 - Sun, 05/26/2013
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Some Other Place

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
Alex Cyreszko, Abdulla M. I. Syed

Some Other Place brings together five artists connected with Blacktown, who have created commissioned photomedia and installation works for Blacktown Arts Centre. Each artist’s work refers to and comments on another place, be it a physical space somewhere in the world or a place elsewhere with a personal and social connection.

Dates of Exhibition: 
Fri, 04/19/2013 - Sat, 06/22/2013
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Odyssey Landscapes

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
Ken Lipworth and George Fracchia

With images predominantly from Japan and Australia, George Fracchia and Ken Lipworth explore expressions of place and culture through the lens of urban and rural landscapes.

George and Ken are founding members of the Nebuli Arts artist group. Nebuli Arts includes local emerging and established artists from Sydney.

Aims of the group are to forge strong cultural links with the local community and the Arts industry to produce a visual culture that aspires to attain a distinctive niche within Contemporary Photographic art/

Dates of Exhibition: 
Fri, 05/17/2013 - Sat, 06/22/2013
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Liminal

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
Dara Kretschmer

Liminal explores the transitory zone of adolescence through photographs of a group of 15 year old girls. It extends and build upon my existing body of work which concerns the exploration of permanence and impermanence, an examination of borders (both visible and invisible) and those places where one environment gives over to another (and the inevitable tensions and contradictions that arise in such environments).

Dates of Exhibition: 
Tue, 05/21/2013 - Tue, 05/28/2013
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Colin Husband at Arts Hotel

Exhibiting photographer(s): 
Colin Husband

Colin Husband is a Sydney-based commercial and advertising photographer 
and an accomplished artist, who splits his time between Sydney and the central coast.

Dates of Exhibition: 
Fri, 05/17/2013 - Sat, 06/22/2013
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