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NAIDOC Week tenant art exhibition inspires

Local photographer Paul Bramble snapped this wonderful image of Aunty Shirley Lomas at 107 Projects, Redfern, on Wednesday June 29 for the launch of the 2022 NAIDOC Week Bridge Housing tenant art exhibition curated by Blak Douglas.

More than 15 tenants contributed paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, poetry, jewellery, t-shirts and bags. The exhibition is open 11am to 5pm Wednesday to Saturday until July 9.


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