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‘Braving Time’ celebrates the diverse voices of LGBTIQA+ people

Braving Time: Contemporary Art in Queer Australia celebrates the work of artists who identify as part of the Australian LGBTIQA+ community.

Curated by Richard Perram OAM for the National Art School in celebration of Sydney WorldPride in 2023, the exhibition is part of the Queer Contemporary visual arts program (until March 18).

The artists represented in the exhibition, including Darlington-based Michelle Collocott, celebrate the diverse voices of LGBTIQA+ people in contemporary Australian society, reflecting the breadth of genders and sexualities in the community. NAS Galleries, Monday to Saturday, 11am – 5pm, free admission.

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