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Before our lives changed by the current social distancing measures put in place to combat the spread of COVID-19, many venues planned to host exhibitions at the Head On Photo Festival.

While the Festival is now online, we would like to thank all of the venues and look forward to seeing you all later in the year when it is safe to get together. For now, see you online!

Featured exhibition venues (alphabetical) 

541 Artspace, Adelaide Perry Gallery – Presbyterian Ladies’ College, ATLAS Community & Cultural Centre, Australian National Maritime Museum, Barometer, Blender, Bondi Beach Promenade, China Cultural Centre, Cooee Art Gallery, Cowper Wharf, Delmar Gallery, Disorder Gallery, Festival Hub – Paddington Town Hall, Gaffa Gallery, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, Juniper Hall, Korean Cultural Centre Australia, Live in Art Sydney, Macquarie University Art Gallery, Paddington Reservoir Gardens, Parliament of New South Wales, Playbox, Royal Botanic Gardens, Special Group Gallery, Stanley Street Gallery, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Ted’s World Of Imaging, Vermilion Art, Wedge Gallery.

Associated exhibition venues (alphabetical) 

107 Projects, 541 Artspace, Alliance Française of Sydney Exhibition Space, Aro Gallery, ArtSHINE Gallery, Balmainspace, Charlie Parker’s, Comber Street Studios, Gaffa Gallery, Gallery Yampu (Adelaide), Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, Incinerator Art Space, M2 Gallery, Manly Life Saving Club, Maunsell Wickes Gallery, Paddington Library, Parramatta Library, Penrith Central Library, Room 205, TAP Gallery, The ArtHouse Hotel, Trapezium Gallery – TAFE NSW Kingswood, Turks Head Gallery (Albury), UTS – Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, Wollongong Art Gallery.

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Head On Photo Awards 2024

Entries to the Head On Photo Awards 2024 open in May/June.

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