In light of the COVID-19 pandemic Greater Dandenong Council has regrettably cancelled all events, workshops and programs for the short-term future.
To ensure the health and safety of our customers, staff and the community, Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre is temporarily closed from 5pm, Wednesday 18 March until further notice. The venues have cancelled current workshops and events, including SHE Reads, Get Creative Term 1 workshop, and Tours. If you haven’t had a chance to visit the SHE exhibition yet, please follow us on Facebook where we will share the inspiring arts digitally: https://www.facebook.com/artsingreaterdandenong/
Staff will remain available to assist patrons with refunds or enquiries. For more updates please visit greaterdandenong.com/artsvenues or subscribe our eNewsletter: https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/4F6852C47BA3A4AA
SHE features and celebrates the works of female Australian artists. In this exhibition, set to coincide with International Women's Day, eight artists from across Australia explore the responsibilities, challenges and joys that come with being a female artist in Australia.
The exhibiting artists are Deanne Gilson, Alana Hunt, Vonda Keji, Lily Mae Martin, Kumantjayi Nangala, Tiffany Parbs, Nyaruot Ruth Ruach and Tai Snaith.
Meet some of the exhibiting artists at the exhibition launch event on Saturday 29 February, and join Countess to participate and contribute to the compilation of data about gender representation in arts media.
The exhibition public program includes Art Series Workshop for all ages, and SHE Reads for young art fans. SHE Reads is a free series of storytelling sessions and activities at the gallery, facilitated by some of Melbourne’s best female authors on every Tuesday at 11am from 3 to 24 March.
27 February – 4 April
For more exhibition information, visit greaterdandenong.com/she