The Harmony Art Collective Exhibition

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The Harmony Art Collective, is an art exhibition that celebrates Harmony Day; one that has seen four top street artists deliver workshops to over 300 young Australians across six states.
15 March to 24 April
1-25 Harbour Street
Darling Quarter, NSW, 2000

For the past 12 months, four of Australia’s most distinct and outstanding urban artists have traversed Australia on an artistic journey underpinned by positivity, unity and understanding.

The inspiring series of eight workshops engaged young Australians aged 15-24 years, in particular newly arrived migrants, allowing them to explore vital themes  of cultural identity and belonging.

The artwork created at the workshops will be on display at the pop-up public art exhibition space at Darling Quarter from 15 March to 24 April. A pop-up photography exhibition and video documentaries of Harmony Art Collective will also be on exhibition at the Lend Lease Darling Quarter Theatre, home of Monkey Baa Theatre Company throughout the project duration.

The initiative is a collaboration between Special  Broadcasting Service (SBS), the Department of Social Services and aMBUSH Gallery