Melbourne Book Launch
I WILL RISE BY HANI ABDILE
MELBOURNE LAUNCH : 2pm – 5pm, Sunday January 8, 2017
with Girls on Key
OPEN STUDIO 204 High St, Northcote.
If you’re not able to attend the launch, Hani’s book is available from our online SHOP
RRAN will host the launch of Ravi’s new book on the 5th of February.
When: 6pm, Friday, 5th February.
Where: Centre for Stories, 100 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge, WA.
Books will be for sale, Ravi will speak about his writing and art work and how these sustained him as he was imprisoned in the ‘human dumping ground’ that is the Australian detention camp on Nauru.
There will be music, food and poetry.
Enquiries to email@example.com
If you cannot come along why not visit our online SHOP and buy a book.
Writing Through Fences invites you to a cosy soiree of spoken word and music featuring a starstudded line up.
Wednesday 9 December at Open Studio, 204 High Street, Northcote, Melbourne.
$10 entry. A fundraiser for Writing Through Fences.
Hosted by JANET GALBRAITH
with spoken word by:
and music with:
ROSE TURTLE ERTLER
BLACK ORCHID STRINGBAND (West Papua)
Writing Through Fences: A Gallery of Art and Words.
This exhibition was shown at the Kyneton Town Hall alongside the Dax Centre’s show and a local show of art work during Mental Health week in 2015.
The poetry and artwork highlighted the effects of indefinite detention and temporary visas on people’s mental health.
A gallery of art work from this show will be available soon. In the meantime you can find some of the images here:
You can access Opening Speeches by First Dog on the Moon, Janet Galbraith and Song by Rose Turtle Ertler here:
Our Beautiful Names is an exhibition of visual art work and poetry by people incarcerated in immigration detention.
Within the detention industry people are called by numbers, not names. This exhibition celebrates individual histories, stories and identity. Here, art making is a matter of survival, of resistance and reclamation of self.
We are calling artists who have experienced Australia’s immigration industry – detention camps/prison camps/concentration camps – to submit visual art work and poetry to be considered for this exhibition.