Emerge in the North 2018


The vibrant art and craft exhibition about culture and community, Emerge in the North is on again and bigger than ever. Taking place at the Epping Community Services Hub from 5pm Friday June 22 until Sunday July 1, 2018. 

Victoria is a diverse, culturally vibrant home and we are calling out for artists of migrant or refugee backgrounds to submit their work. These emerging artists will come together to showcase their visual artwork including painting, photography, sculpture, crafts and film.

Artists and filmmakers of migrant or refugee background can submit their work by 1 June 2018 by contacting Inaam Barakat on inaam.barakat(at)bsl.org.au or 03 9422 5624.





Emerge in the North - Event Times


Emerge in the North 2017 event

 

 

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