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UNSEEN: Exhibitions of First Nations Artist Aunty Peta Link

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Every day, 10am to 4:30am Wednesday 1 December to Sunday 5 December Saturday 11 December from 10am to 4:30pm Sunday 12 December from 10am to 4:30pm

"Participating in UNSEEN was very emotional to begin with, the process of painting my artwork opened old wounds; but on the same token it allowed me to speak my truth, which is very empowering, knowing that I have survived to tell our story" Aunty Peta

"Unseen, Unsilenced, Unheard we are fighting for the right to be heard. Homeless, carrying pain with the meagre few belongings left in this world. awash by sadness, tears, hopes and small joys. Unseen, unhoused and unloved. Heartache, disappointment and misery my only companions as I journey endlessly in these crowded busy streets empty of kindness ad compassion. I am unseen broken and alone dreaming dreams of a safe home. Unseen, unsilenced unheard, I bring you my spoke work that I will fight for you and with you. I will pull the curtains back from your eyes that have grown blind from their own ignorance, prejudice and fear. Unseen, unspoken, unheard we are all the Unseen of this world. I dedicate this poem to all my Unseen homeless women" - Aunty Dr Sonya Pearce

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