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Maroondah Celebrates ReconciliationFree

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Pop up exhibition developed in collaboration with artists from the Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place community.
Aunty Irene Norman, weaving exhibition Aunty Irene Norman, weaving (foreground) MMIGP Men’s Group, Planter boxes, 2021 (background)

Ringwood East gets its first pop up exhibition!

Developed in collaboration with artists from the Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place community, the exhibition features a cultural display by Chris Hume, painting and weavings by Aunty Irene Norman, and paintings by Aunty Janet Turpie-Johnstone and Amanda Wright. The exhibition can be viewed through the windows of 26 Railway Avenue, Ringwood East until 11 July.

With thanks to Paula Campi for providing the exhibition space.

Ringwood East Place Activation Project

While you are in the area, have a look at the wonderful Dancing with Creation public art murals and planter boxes in the adjacent laneway park and along Railway Avenue.

This series of newly installed works by Robert Young and Simone Thomson was developed in collaboration with the Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place (MMIGP) community as part of the Ringwood East Place Activation Project.

Supported through a partnership with Maroondah City Council and Ringwood East Traders Association and funded by the Victorian Government through the Office for Suburban Development, Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions.

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  • Tuesday, 15 June 2021 - 9.00AM to Sunday, 11 July 2021 - 5.00PM
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