Home & Belonging by Fragile Constellations

Fragile Constellations
This event has concluded
Dates:
Entry Fee: Free
Exhibition Event:
Official Opening 11/05/2019 12:00 pm

‘Home & Belonging’ is a photographic exhibition, showcasing the work of ten visual artists from the Fragile Constellations network. This exhibition is part of the 2019 Head On Photo Festival.

The Burman Kitchen are proudly hosting the opening of the exhibition on Saturday 11th May. Come and try some local Burmese cuisine, provided by co-owners and sister in-laws Lay Lay Naing and Tin Tin Khine. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available via gold coin donation.

Fragile Constellations is an online visual story telling network where photographers from Myanmar and Australia contribute images relating to their ideas of ‘home’ and ‘belonging’. The aim of this community is to build understandings of everyday experiences and to connect distant places where people living in transition can participate in the international arts communities.

For more information visit:
https://www.theburmankitchen.com.au/
https://www.fragileconstellations.com

Fragile Constellations is an online network and collaboration between photographers based in Myanmar and Australia. Collaborators involved in this network include: Stephen Dupont & Sai Htin Linn Htet, George Voulgaropoulos & Tin Htet Paing, Conor Ashleigh & Rita Khin, Lyndal Irons & Teza Soe, Liss Fenwick & Shwe Wutt Hmon, Julia Scott Green & Mayco Naing, Joe Ruckli & Khin Zarchi Latt, Natalie Grono & Khant Zaw Aung.

This event has concluded
Dates:
Entry Fee: Free
Exhibition Event:
Official Opening 11/05/2019 12:00 pm
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