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Looking At Me Through You

Twelve Australian artists have been invited to create a responsive socially-engaged artwork, engaging with real issues of today directly with the community of Campbelltown through their perspective.

Historic photo provided by Sonia and David Image: Courtesy Sonia Leber and David Chesworth

Opening: Friday 26 May 6.30pm

Western Sydney is rapidly changing, and expanding with over 10% of Australia’s population already residing in its diverse suburbs. looking at me through you specifically considers Campbelltown as a region, urban development (and underdevelopment), the diversity of culture and community, the shifting political debate, the collective representation of voice and the uniqueness of place. This socially engaged and important project will grandstand Western Sydney as a collective community, a thriving environment undergoing great change.

This project is in partnership with Deloitte Australia.

  • Abdul Abdullah
  • Sonia Leber & David Chesworth
  • Andrew Christie
  • Mona Ibrahim
  • James Nguyen
  • Pet Projects
  • Tom Polo
  • Keren Ruki
  • Damien Shen
  • Salote Tawale
  • Shevaun Wright
  • 110%

Date and time

  • Saturday 27 May 2017 / 10.00AM to Sunday 23 July 2017 / 4.00PM
    Past Event

Suitable for

Toddlers 0-4Kids 5-11Youth 12-17Young Adults 18 -24FamiliesAdultsSeniors

Entry Cost

Entry is free

Booking information

Bookings are not required

Event category: CultureExhibitions
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