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Can art mend some part of our broken world? Is there a way that people grouped under an umbrella of oppression to live in unity despite intersecting differences? Can the small act of drawing, scribbling, writing or interacting with an artwork bring a community together?

We invite you to the place that painter, zine maker, educator and conservatives’ nightmare Genevieve Collier is most passionate about; the western suburbs, to help create a collaborative installation exploring forgotten people from the past and our many possible futures.

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Dates & Times

WHEN 4 Feb-17 Mar | Mon-Fri 9:30am-4:30pm


FREE No ticket required


Hunt Club Community and Arts Centre

775 Ballarat Road, Deer Park

Get directions


V/Line train to Deer Park Station + 1.5 km walk


215, 426, 456 to Deer Park Reserve/Ballarat Rd | 420, 422 to Station Rd/Canterbury St

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