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Immerse light galleries

Council is proud to exhibit the work of contemporary First Nations artists in light box galleries across Knox during NAIDOC Week and Immerse. Artists have shared their perspectives on Country, Culture and Connection.
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Painting of a First Nations woman in traditional face and body paint, surrounded by birds and trees

Charlotte Allingham

 

Cinema Lane Light Box Gallery 

Charlotte Allingham is a Wiradjuri and Ngiyampaa Queer woman from Central West NSW, living in Naarm (Melbourne). A multidisciplinary artist focusing on Blak excellence, Charlotte uses symbolic and figurative representations of self-determination and truth throughout her work. She continues to challenge the perception of her people through creative expression.

  • Friday 28 June to Sunday 28 July
  • Cinema Lane Light Box Gallery
  • Cinema Lane, Boronia

 

Horologist Lane Light Box Gallery 

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Orange and red illustration with the text 'one way flight'.

 One Way Flight, JESWRI 

JESWRI (Jesse Wright) is a Gadigal artist best known for large-scale public art and commercial brand collaborations. Originally from Sydney, his unique blend of pop-culture and signature ‘retro-futurism’ has established him as a household name in the National Street Art scene.

  • Friday 28 June to Sunday 28 July
  • Horologist Lane Light Box Gallery
  • 119 Station Street, Ferntree Gully

 

Paloma Lane Light Box Gallery 

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Illustrated artwork, of cowboy boots, beer cans, a walkman and a hand holding a one way ticket to the kimberly

One Way Ticket to Home, Molly Hunt

Molly Hunt is a proud Balanaggarra and Yolngu woman. Growing up in Wyndham, Western Australia alongside creative parents, Molly uniquely captures stories through her work, and use of colour. A past journalist and media presenter, Molly creates murals in remote communities. In consultation with Elders, these murals are driven by young people, for young people. Most recently, Molly has released her first illustrative book, This Book Thinks Ya Deadly, a celebration of Blak excellence.

  • Friday 28 June to Sunday 28 July
  • Paloma Lane Light Box Gallery
  • Side wall of Paloma Pizza, 1233 High Street Road, Wantirna South

 

About Immerse

Immerse is a month-long arts event in Knox from 28 June to 28 July 2024.

Venue accessibility

These venues may not all be wheelchair and pram accessible.

We aim to ensure that everyone in Knox has equal access to Immerse. If you need alternative formats or other reasonable adjustments, please contact [email protected] with your request or questions, so that arrangements where possible can be made.

COVID

If you have COVID-19 symptoms, we ask that you please stay at home.


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When

Friday, June 28, 2024 - Sunday, July 28, 2024

12:00 AM - 11:59 PM

Where

Locations for each pop up event are listed above.

Cost

Free

Contact

For further information, call the Arts and Events team on (03) 9298 8000 or email [email protected]

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