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Blur Projects and Women's Electoral Lobby

UNSEEN: Rough Edges photographic exhibition

Where
Circular Quay
Circular Quay
Circular Quay, Sydney NSW 2000
Between Circular Quay and Customs House
When

Every day, 10:30am to 4pm Saturday 11 December to Sunday 12 December

St John’s Community ServicesRough Edges, provides free New Skills workshops for people experiencing homelessness, marginalisation and disadvantage.  

The photographic works exhibited with Unseen were made by the most recent group of New Skills, Photography participants, a passionate group of women with a genuine love of photography tutored by photographer and educator Fiona Wolf of Wolfwerk Photography.

The opportunity for self-expression is important to all of us, more so for those overlooked by society. Providing opportunities for Rough Edges patrons to explore self-expression is an important aspect of New Skills programs.

The New Skills, Photography program, designed by Rough Edges Team Leader Ryan Naoum and Cultural Sector Consultant and Producer Alexander Moffatt, and produced by Alexander Moffatt, fosters such opportunities for self-expression, for social participation and for increased self-esteem through learning, and builds a pathway to employment or further study.

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Blur Projects and Women's Electoral Lobby

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