During a five-month nationwide journey, four of Australia’s best-known urban artists Luke Cornish, Fintan Magee, Georgia Hill and Jeremyville conducted workshops for hundreds of 15 to 24-year-olds, many of whom are recently arrived migrants.
Now in its second year, the Harmony Art Collective – a collaboration between SBS, the Australian Government and aMBUSH Gallery – was created as part of Harmony Day on 21 March, when cultural diversity is celebrated.
Working together, the artists and participants created 16 dynamic large-scale artworks that reflect cultural, political and social perspectives unique to their experiences.
The project also features four short documentaries made by Billy Zammit at the workshops that will be broadcast on SBS VICELAND and SBS Learn.
The exhibition will be on display to the public daily until 27 April at OPEN at Darling Quarter. Admission free.
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