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Australian Design Centre

Unravelling Queerly

When

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 11am to 5pm Tuesday 7 February to Wednesday 22 March

Cost

Free

From political struggles, relationships with family and self-identity. From knitted protest banners to dark glittery glory holes, Unravelling Queerly will take you through a whirlwind of emotions. Part of WorldPride Arts, Unravelling Queerly features work by 10 artists from diverse backgrounds who embrace, rework and push the boundaries of textile-based art and craft forms.

Exhibiting Artists: Nicole Barakat, Samuel Luke Beatty, Andrew Chan, Luke George, Nadia Hernández, Kate Just, Raisa Kabir, Blake Lawrence, Arone Meeks and Ahilapalapa Rands.

Unravelling Queerly is on display at Australian Design Centre from 7 February – 22 March 20230.

This exhibition is part of the Australia Design Centre's Sydney WorldPride program will be running through February and March 2023.

View the complete festival program here

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