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By Libby Curran
July 02, 2020
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Blak to the Future III

A thought-provoking exhibition by emerging First Nations artists.
By Libby Curran
July 02, 2020
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Originally scheduled to run in April as part of the now postponed Wominjeka Festival's tenth anniversary edition, this thought-provoking exhibition will instead kick off from Tuesday, August 4. As with all of the festival's parties, workshops and events, Blak to the Future III is a project helmed by First Nations peoples — this one's been put together by artist and curator Rosie Kalina.

Showing for free at the Footscray Community Arts Centre's Roslyn Smorgon Gallery, the exhibition features works from a dynamic group of young creatives, offering a collective peek at a decolonised Aussie future.

Emerging Indigenous talent including Soju Gang, Kyle Taylor, Caleb Thaiday, Tre Turner and Kalina herself deliver a broad mix of visual art works and textile pieces designed to get you thinking. And don't miss the sprawling collaborative mural, which is set to take pride of place within the exhibition space.

Image: Gianna Rizzo

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