Over three hundred creative young Australians. Four top artists. Celebrate Harmony Day.

A new national art initiative, the Harmony Art Collective, has seen four top street artists deliver workshops to over 300 young Australians across six states. The collaboration enabled the young participants, many newly-arrived to Australia, to express their cultural heritage and self-identity through art.

The exhibition will be officially opened by Senator the Hon Zed Seselja, Assistant Minister for Social Services and Multicultural Affairs. Short speeches by Helen Kellie, SBS Chief Content Officer and Kagi Kowa, workshop participant. The large scale artworks will be showcased at a public exhibition in Darling Quarter’s art space OPEN from 15 March – 25 April, to celebrate Harmony Day 2017.

Featuring artists Brad Eastman (aka Beastman), Kaff-eine, Regan Tamanui (aka Haha) and Ben Frost.

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

What: Exhibition Opening, Drinks & Canapés
When: Tuesday 14 March
Time: 6pm — 8pm
Location: Lendlease Darling Quarter Theatre Foyer – Home to Monkey Baa Theatre Company,
Address: Terrace 3 Darling Quarter, 1-25 Harbour St Sydney
MC: Jan Fran, The Feed